Utair plans to add 20 new routes this year

Boeing 737-800 (Photo: V1Images.com/Eyal Zarrad).
Boeing 737-800 (Photo: V1Images.com/Eyal Zarrad).

Utair plans to add 20 new routes this year

Boeing 737-800 (Photo: V1Images.com/Eyal Zarrad).
Advertising

The Russian airline Utair was able to carry 2021 million passengers between January and November 6,7 with a load factor of 82 percent. Compared to the same period in 2020, there was an improvement of 52 percent or four percentage points.

Utair was able to grow particularly in the tourism sector, as the offer in this segment was increased by 2019 percent in a direct comparison with 64. A total of 36 new routes were added. Many tourist flights were carried out within the Russian Federation. The freight sector, which traditionally plays a major role at Utair, also grew in 2021. The carrier also provides helicopter services in Siberia. Some time ago the transport of one caused a stir Discarded ATR turboprop aircraft with the help of helicopters.

“The proportion of Utair regional flights has increased by seven percent compared to 2020 and by as much as 2019 percent compared to 49. We have started numerous non-stop flights from Russian regions to holiday destinations abroad. Examples are Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Armenia and Azerbaijan. This is a big step in the development of transport links in the regions. We are planning around 2022 new routes for 20. These are intended to connect important regional centers in Russia non-stop. In the direction of foreign countries, we also want to add some new routes, ”said Utair boss Oleg Semyonov.

Leave a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.

This website uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn more about how your comment data is processed.

Editor of this article:

Jan Gruber is Senior Editor at Aviation.Direct. Before that, he had held the same position at AviationNetOnline (formerly Austrian Aviation Net) since 2012. He specializes in low-cost carriers, regional aviation in the DA-CH region and in-depth research.

Nobody likes paywalls
- not even Aviation.Direct!

Information should be free for everyone, but good journalism costs a lot of money.

If you enjoyed this article, you can check Aviation.Direct voluntary for a cup of coffee Coffee trail (for them it's free to use).

In doing so, you support the journalistic work of our independent specialist portal for aviation, travel and tourism with a focus on the DA-CH region voluntarily without a paywall requirement.

If you did not like the article, we look forward to your constructive criticism and / or your suggestions for improvement, either directly to the editor or to the team at with this link or alternatively via the comments.

Your
Aviation.Direct team
paywalls
nobody likes!

About the editor

Jan Gruber is Senior Editor at Aviation.Direct. Before that, he had held the same position at AviationNetOnline (formerly Austrian Aviation Net) since 2012. He specializes in low-cost carriers, regional aviation in the DA-CH region and in-depth research.

Nobody likes paywalls
- not even Aviation.Direct!

Information should be free for everyone, but good journalism costs a lot of money.

If you enjoyed this article, you can check Aviation.Direct voluntary for a cup of coffee Coffee trail (for them it's free to use).

In doing so, you support the journalistic work of our independent specialist portal for aviation, travel and tourism with a focus on the DA-CH region voluntarily without a paywall requirement.

If you did not like the article, we look forward to your constructive criticism and / or your suggestions for improvement, either directly to the editor or to the team at with this link or alternatively via the comments.

Your
Aviation.Direct team
paywalls
nobody likes!

Leave a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.

This website uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn more about how your comment data is processed.

Advertising