Krasnodar Pashkovsky Airport
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- 355 Bershanskaya St., Krasnodar, 350912, Russia
- Russian Federation
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- 2200m x 49m
3000m x 45m
- Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
Alrosa Mirny Air Enterprise
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- Air France
Delta Air Lines
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Ukraine International Airlines
Krasnodar International Airport serves the city of Krasnodar in southwest Russia. Krasnodar has direct connections to cities in European Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Kuban Airlines is based at the airport and operates an extensive domestic, regional and international network from the airport. The airport is also a hub for RusLine and Yakutia.
Location of Krasnodar Pashkovsky Airport, Russian Federation
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Russian regional airline RusLine is pursuing significant expansion in summer 2013, including the launch of five routes from Chelyabinsk Airport.
The fast-growing regional operator is Russia’s 16th largest domestic carrier with about 9,500 weekly domestic seats and about a 1% share of the Russian domestic market, according to CAPA and Innovata data. It is based at Moscow Domodedovo Airport, where it is currently the 10th largest domestic carrier.
But RusLine’s capacity will nearly double over the next couple of months as it launches several routes, including from Chelyabinsk and a new base at Voronezh, and adds capacity in several existing markets. The carrier plans to offer almost 20,000 weekly domestic seats in the Russian domestic market in Jul-2013, giving it almost a 2% share.
Kuban Airlines ceased operations on 11-Dec-2012, filing for bankruptcy with the Krasnodar Region Arbitration Court. It had been in financial difficulties for some time. Kuban Airlines accounted for just under 16,000 seats per week to Russia’s aviation market, ranking it the 20th largest carrier in the country based on weekly seats offered, according to Innovata data.
The bankruptcy filing also apparently spells the end for the first of Russia's mostly unhappy LCCs. Established in 2006, the former self-standing LCC, SkyExpress, had been folded into Kuban in Oct-2011 and operated under its own brand as a low cost division under Kuban's AOC, while retaining the SkyExpress identity.
Some Russian carriers have already signalled their intention to step in to replace services on some routes and UTair stands to benefit most from the collapse, particularly on domestic services from Moscow Vnukovo Airport.
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The Northern Capital Gateway Consortium, comprising Russia’s VTB Bank (Russia’s second largest financial institute), Fraport AG (35.5%) and Horizon Air Investments – part of Kopelouzos Group, a.k.a. Copelouzos Group (Greece), which has a minority stake in Athens Airport and interests in marketing Russian natural gas in Greece and in the wider Russian oil industry - has won a 30-year concession for Russia’s Pulkovo Airport. Under the PPP contract with the city of St. Petersburg, which will be signed by the end of 2009, it will focus on constructing a new passenger terminal, expanding ramp areas, developing real estate and modernising the existing airport infrastructure. Two other bidders included a consortium comprising Flughafen Wien, Lider and Gazprombank and another led by Russian aluminium oligarch and billionaire Oleg Deripaska's Basic Element and Singapore's Changi Airport International.