Solaris Airlines

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Solaris Airlines was a proposed Russian charter based at Moscow Vnukovo Airport. North West Aviation Transport Company Vyborg, d/b/a Vyborg Airlines, was a Russian carrier that operated chartered passenger services from Pulkovo Airport. It was declared bankrupt in 2010, and rebranded as Solaris Airlines in a recovery bid by Coral Travel. Solaris planned to launch domestic and international services from Moscow, using a fleet of A321 aircraft. The fleet of A321 aircraft destined for the Russian start-up were transferred to Ural Airlines in Jan-2012.

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