KrasAvia boosts regional connectivity in Siberia with two ATR 72 aircraftTitre

The Russian carrier will benefit from increased efficiency and higher standards of comfort to support the development of local communities

Toulouse, 8 February, 2021 – Russia’s KrasAvia started operating its first two ATR 72-500, the first ATR aircraft ever registered in Russia. Owned by the government of Krasnoyarsk Krai, KrasAvia is an airline based in Krasnoyarsk, the third largest city in Siberia, with a population of approximately 1.1 million people. KrasAvia operates scheduled and charter flights with helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft on regional routes to Russia’s Far North from its Krasnoyarsk hub. The two ATR 72-500 have been purchased second-hand from Swedish lessor Erik Thun and the deal was arranged by Bertrand Lattes Aviation Capital (BLAC).

 

KrasAvia Adds Two ATR 72-500 Aircraft to FleetTitre

KrasAvia has started operating its first two ATR 72-500, the first ATR aircraft ever registered in Russia.

Owned by the government of Krasnoyarsk Krai, KrasAvia is an airline based in Krasnoyarsk, the third largest city in Siberia, with a population of approximately 1.1 million people.

KrasAvia operates scheduled and charter flights with helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft on regional routes to Russia’s Far North from its Krasnoyarsk hub.

The two ATR 72-500 have been purchased second-hand from Swedish lessor Erik Thun with the deal arranged by Bertrand Lattes Aviation Capital (BLAC).

 

KrasAvia becomes Russia’s third ATR operatorTitre

The airline boosts regional connectivity in Siberia with two ATR 72 aircraft

Posted on February 17th, 2021 by ES in Air TransportRussia

KrasAvia ATR 72The Russian carrier will benefit from increased efficiency and higher standards of comfort to support the development of local communities :: KrasAvia

Russia’s KrasAvia started operating its two ATR 72-500 turboprops, the first ATR aircraft ever registered in the country. Owned by the government of Krasnoyarsk region, KrasAvia is an airline based in Krasnoyarsk, the third largest city in Siberia, with a population of approximately 1.1 million people. KrasAvia operates scheduled and charter flights with fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters on regional routes to Russia’s Far North from its Krasnoyarsk hub. The two ATR 72-500 have been purchased second-hand from Swedish lessor Erik Thun and the deal was arranged by Bertrand Lattes Aviation Capital (BLAC).

 

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