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Yamal Airlines


Yamal Airlines

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ОАО «Авиационная транспортная компания «Ямал»
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 1997
Secondary hubs
Focus cities
Fleet size 26
Destinations 37
Headquarters Salekhard, Russia
Key people Vasilii Kryuk (Director General)
Yamal Airlines Boeing 737–500, Moscow, 2008
Yamal Airlines Tupolev Tu-134, Moscow, 2003

Yamal Airlines (Russian:ОАО «Авиационная транспортная компания «Ямал», OAO Aviatransportnaya kompania Yamal) is an airline based in Salekhard, Russia.[1] It operates regional passenger services and was established in 1997.


  • Destinations 1
    • Asia 1.1
    • Europe 1.2
  • Fleet 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


Yamal Airlines serves the following destinations (as of February 2013):[2]






The Yamal Airlines fleet includes the following aircraft (as of September 2015):

Aircraft In fleet Planned Seats Notes
Airbus A320 7 __ 164[Http:// [9]] Mixed-class (business/economy) configuration Y:156, C:8 [Http:// [9]]
Airbus A321 2 __ 220[Http:// [9]] Mixed-class (business/economy) configuration
Boeing 737-400 3 __ 158[Http:// [9]] Mixed-class (business/economy) configuration Y:150, C:8 [Http:// [9]]
Boeing 737-500 1 132[8] Mixed-class (business/economy) configuration
Bombardier CRJ-200 10 __ 50[Http:// [9]] Only economy class
Bombardier Challenger 850 1 13[Http:// [9]] VIP
Let L-410 2 __ 19[Http:// [9]] Only economy class
Sukhoi Superjet 100 0 10 TBA

The airline plans to replace its Boeing 737s with Airbus A320 family aircraft and expects to increase its Airbus fleet to 20 as the Boeing 737s are phased out.


  1. ^ "Главная страница." Yamal Airlines. Retrieved on 27 February 2012. "ОАО «АТК «Ямал» Ул. Авиационная,27 г. Салехард ЯНАО 639004 Россия "
  2. ^ Polet-Sirena
  3. ^ "В продажу поступили авиабилеты на рейсы из Белгорода в Тюмень". Последние новости. Международный аэропорт Белгород. Retrieved 15 February 2013. 
  4. ^ "Из Барнаула в Москву с новым перевозчиком авиакомпанией "Ямал".". Новости компании. Авиапредприятие «Алтай». Retrieved 16 August 2013. 
  5. ^ """Новые рейсы Москва-Мурманск откроют авиакомпании "Ямал" и "РусЛайн. Nord-News. 9 October 2012. Retrieved 9 October 2012. 
  6. ^ """Новый маршрут авиакомпании "Ямал. Yamal Airlines. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  7. ^ "АВИАКОМПАНИЯ "ЯМАЛ" 27 ИЮЛЯ ВОЗОБНОВИЛА РЕЙСЫ ПО МАРШРУТУ ОДЕССА-МОСКВА.". Odessa International Airport. Retrieved 29 July 2013. 
  8. ^ page for Yamal airlines


External links

  • Yamal Airlines (Russian)
  • Yamal Airlines Fleet

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