|Destinations||13 and Charters|
|Headquarters||JSC Gazprom Russia|
|Key people||Andrei S. Ovcharenko Director-General|
Gazpromavia (Gazpromavia Aviation) is an airline based in Moscow, Russia. It operates passenger and cargo charters, mainly in support of the oil and gas industry. It also operates regular domestic flights from Moscow and international charter passenger and cargo services.
The airline was established in March 1995 and started operations on 16 April 1995. It is wholly owned by JSC Gazprom Russia and has 2,736 employees (at March 2007).
Gazpromavia owns and operates the following two Class B airports which accommodate aircraft such as the TU-154, IL-76, AN-74 and all types of helicopters.:
- Gazpromavia base Ostafyevo International Airport, located near Moscow
- Yamburg airport located in Yamburg, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug.
- Barnaul - German Titov Barnaul International Airport
- Belgorod - Belgorod International Airport
- Beloyarsk - Beloyarsk Airport
- Makhachkala - Uytash Airport
- Moscow - Vnukovo Airport hub
- Nadym - Nadym Airport
- Novy Urengoy - Novy Urengoy Airport
- Saint Petersburg - Pulkovo Airport
- Samara - Kurumoch International Airport
- Sochi - Sochi International Airport
- Sovetsky - Sovetsky Airport
- Tyumen - Roschino International Airport
- Ulyanovsk - Ulyanovsk Baratayevka Airport
- Yekaterinburg - Uktus Airport
Gazpromavia also provides the following services:
- Aerial prospecting, monitoring and patrolling of works in regions that are difficult to access
- Aerial delivery of the working shifts
- Aerial logistical support of construction material, equipment, products, and medical supplies
- Aerial construction and installation work, Air rescue and Air Ambulance services.
Aerial Services are provided by KA-26, Mi-2, Mi-8 and Mi-171A helicopters.
Gazpromavia operates a fleet of 140 aircraft, many equipped with modern equipment for international flights such as:
- КLN-90В satellite navigation systems (Tupolev-154M, Yakovlev-42D, Antonov-74), GPS155Т8SO (Ilyushin-76D),
- ТСАS-2000 air collision warning systems (Tupolev-154M, Antonov-74) and АСА8-67А (Ilyushin-76D).
|Boeing 737-700||3||—||20||102||122||Aircraft delivered in 2016, replacing 4 Tupolev Tu-154M|
|Dassault Falcon 900||4||1||8||—||—||8||VIP|
|Sukhoi Superjet 100||10||TBA||Last delivery by May 2016, 8 operational aircraft, 2 stored.|
|Kamov Ka-226||32||—||14 Ka-226AG (launch customer) and 18 Ka-226TG.|
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