Vladivostok Air

Full Service Carrier
Ceased Operations on 08-Dec-2013
ICAO: n/a


This airline was originally founded as part of Aeroflot in 1932, later renamed to Vladivostok Air in 1992. This is the largest carrier in the Russian Far East, operating scheduled domestic flights within Russia as well as international flights to Africa, Asia and Europe. The main hub is at Vladivostok International Airport and a secondary hub at Moscow Vnukovo International Airport. The carrier was merged with SAT Airlines to form Aeroflot's latest carrier, Aurora. 

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