Red Wings

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In service


Red Wings is a Russian carrier based at Moscow Domodedovo Airport. Founded in 1999 as Airlines 400, the carrier operates scheduled and charter services utilising narrow body Tupolev equipment. Russia's Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsiya) suspended Red Wings’ Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) on 04-Feb-2013. The carrier since relaunched services on 18-Nov-2013 and switched its operating base from Moscow Vnukovo to Moscow Domodedovo following investment from Ilyushin Finance Company. Nordavia and Red Wings commenced work on consolidation to establish an aviation holding with a single managing company. The aim of the consolidation is to enlarge the business and gain the opportunity to improve financial stability, renew the fleet, develop a single network and increase effectiveness. 

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