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Hubs and Fleet
Main Bases and Hubs – Krasnodar Pashkovsky, Moscow Vnukovo, Yakutsk
Fleet – Boeing 737-700, Boeing 737-800, Boeing 757-200, Bombardier Dash 8 Q400, Antonov An-140, Sukhoi Superjet-100, Tupolev Tu-154
Yakutia Airlines (Russian: Авиакомпания „Якутия“ – Aviakompaniya “Yakutiya” “Air Company “Yakutia””) is an airline based in Yakutsk, Russia. It operates domestic passenger services in Russia and within the CIS, as well as charters to destinations in Europe from its hubs at Yakutsk Airport and Moscow’s Vnukovo Airport.
The airline was founded as Sakhaavia, the former Aeroflot Yakutsk Division and also previously known as Yakutaviatrans. It also operated cargo charters to Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East until it filed for bankruptcy in early 1999. It emerged in 2000 and is controlled by the regional government, Neryungri State Air Enterprise. It merged with Yakutavia in 2002 and changed its name to Yakutia Airlines.
Yakutia Airlines was planned to be the launch customer for the Antonov An-140 aircraft. It currently operates two of the twin-turboprop 52-seat aircraft. These aircraft are meant to replace its Antonov An-24s.
Hubs and Fleet
Main Bases and Hubs – Moscow Domodedovo, Salekhard, Tyumen Roschino
Fleet – Airbus A320, Boeing 737-400, Boeing 737-500, Bombardier CRJ-100/200, Bombardier Challenger, Let L-410, Antonov An-24, Antonov An-26
Yamal Airlines (Russian:ОАО «Авиационная транспортная компания «Ямал», OAO Aviatransportnaya kompania Yamal) is an airline based in Salekhard, Russia. It operates regional passenger services and was established in 1997.
Hubs and Fleet
Main Bases and Hubs – Kyiv Zhulyany
Fleet – Airbus A320, Saab 340
Yanair (Ukrainian: Авіакомпанія «ЯнЕйр») is a regional airline from Ukraine. Its headquarters are located in Kiev, Ukraine.
Hubs and Fleet
Main Bases and Hubs – Yangon International
Fleet – ATR 72
Yangon Airways Ltd. is an airline based in Yangon, Myanmar, offering scheduled and chartered domestic flights out of its bases at Yangon International Airport. It was suspended from December 2010 but has since restarted operations starting from 16 October 2011.
Yangon Airways was listed by the United States Department of TreasuryOffice of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) on its Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons (SDN) list. Under United States federal law, Americans are prohibited from doing business with individuals or entities listed as an SDN. Yangon Airways was designated by OFAC in 2008 after having been acquired by notorious drug traffickers of the United Wa State Army.
Yangon Airways was established in October 1996 as a domestic airline in a joint venture between Myanma Airways, the state owned flag carrier in Myanmar, and Krong-Sombat Company of Thailand. The airline bases its headquarters and maintenance station in Yangon. In October 1997, the current owner of the airline acquired the share of the Thai company, and then acquired the share of the Myanma Airways again in 2005. Thereafter, the airline becomes a fully private own airline in Myanmar. The airline then evolved into a principal domestic service carrier, operating schedule and charter flight services from Yangon to 13 prime commercial and tourist destinations in Myanmar. During the past three years, Yangon Airways has progressively gaining the market share; it has about 37% in 2007 and increased to 41% in 2008. According to the market demand and popularity of the airline, it has a good potential growth in the future.
As one of the main domestic airlines of the Union of Myanmar, Yangon Airways operate regular flights to Nay Pyi Taw (Capital City of Myanmar), Bagan, Mandalay, Heho (Inle Lake), Kyaing Tong, Tachileik, Myitkyina, Thandwe (Ngapali Beach), Sittway, Dawei, Myeik, Kawthaung, Lashio and charter flights to Bhamo, Putao, Kalay and others from main hub at Yangon International airport. Yangon airways adopts a progressive approach for upgrading services and performances. Maintaining the fleet to the highest standards of professional readiness, safety and reliability are always the first priority of the airline. The airline believes that by taking the greatest sense of responsibility in serving the passengers will earn their trust and confidence. Yangon Airways’ mission is to continuously strive to improve and expand, to offer customers safety, reliability, and highest possible services at lowest possible cost, and also to generate necessary profit for the development of the airline. Yangon Airways believes that efficient communication is an essential component of the modern world environment. Better transportation will bring the smoother flow of traffic and will also contribute to the development of the country economic and social well being of the society. Yangon airways embraces the Myanmar philosophy that one’s kindness and affection will be reflected to oneself. Sincerity, politeness and honesty are unique attributes of the Myanmar people.
Hubs and Fleet
Main Bases and Hubs – Aden International, Sana?a International
Fleet – Airbus A310, Airbus A320, Airbus A330-200
Yemenia (Arabic: اليمنية), also known as Yemen Airways (Arabic: الخطوط الجوية اليمنية) is the national airline of Yemen, based in Sana’a. It operates scheduled domestic and international passenger flights to destinations in Africa and the Middle East, as well as to Asia and Europe out of its hubs at Sana’a International Airport, and (to a smaller extent) Aden International Airport. Yemenia is a member of the Arab Air Carriers Organization.
Yemenia dates its origins back to Yemen Airlines, a company that was founded in the second half of the 1940s and owned by Ahmad bin Yahya, then King of Yemen.
When the Yemen Arab Republic was proclaimed in 1962, Yemen Airlines was issued a new airline licence on 4 August of that year (which remains valid until today), thus becoming the flag carrier of the country, with its head office in the Ministry of Communication Building in Sana’a. In 1967, the airline entered a co-operation with United Arab Airlines, which lasted until 1972. During that period, it was known as Yemen Arab Airlines.
In July 1972, the Yemen Airways branding was launched, which coincided with the company being nationalized. In 1977, Saudi Arabia acquired a 49 percent stake in the airline. The current name Yemenia was adopted on 1 July 1978.
When South Yemen was united with the Yemen Arab Republic to form today’s Yemen in 1990, plans were made to form a single national airline by merging South Yemen’s Alyemda into Yemenia. To achieve this, the shares held by Saudi Arabia were bought back by the government of Yemen in 1992. On 11 February 1996, the merger could be completed, which led to a significant part of the employees of the two airlines losing their jobs.
Since 2008, a number of safety actions by the European Union have been taken against Yemenia because of alleged poor maintenance standards in Yemen. In July 2009, France suspended the airworthiness certificates of two Yemenia Airbus A310 aircraft that were registered in the country. In the same month, the European Aviation Safety Agency withdrew the maintenance approval that had been issued to Yemenia, which forced Yemenia to suspend all flights to Europe (at that time, Paris, London, Rome and Frankfurt were served).
European services were relaunched in December 2009. Since then, systematic inspections of Yemenia aircraft parked at EU airports are carried out, in order to assess and verify the safety standards. On 20 January 2010, then British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that, owing to concerns of terrorist activity in Yemen, flights between the UK and the country would be suspended, as long as the security situation would not improve. Over the following months, Yemenia again cut flights to Europe. As of 2011, Frankfurt is the only destination still served.
On 12 June 2001, a fire broke out at the Yemenia headquarters in Sana’a. On 3 June 2011, during the 2011 Yemeni revolution, the building was again set on fire.
Hubs and Fleet
Main Bases and Hubs – Kathmandu Tribhuvan International
Fleet – BAe Jetstream 41
Yeti Airlines Domestic Pvt. Ltd. is an airline based in Kathmandu, Nepal. As the first private airline, it was established in May 1998 and received its Air Operators Certificate on 17 August 1998. Yeti Airlines is the parent company of Tara Air. Together the two airlines form the largest domestic flight operator in Nepal. Yeti Airlines operates a fleet of seven aircraft and offers domestic flights to ten destinations.
Yeti Airlines was established in May 1998 and received its Air Operators Certificate on 17 August 1998. It started operations with two de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otters.
Yeti Airlines and its subsidiary Tara Air combine to form the largest domestic airline in Nepal; the group has more than 60% of the total market share as of January 2008. However, the airline has a history of accidents and has had the most accidents resulting in deaths among airlines in Nepal. Together, Yeti Airlines and Tara Air have the widest domestic flight network of any Nepali airline and fly to most destinations in Nepal. The STOL aircraft of Tara Air serve much of the isolated population of Nepal who live in remote areas. Whilst the BAe Jetstreams of Yeti serve the more substantial regional airports.
Hubs and Fleet
Main Bases and Hubs – Dnepropetrovsk
Fleet – Yakovlev Yak-40
Yuzhmashavia (Ukrainian: Авіаційна транспортна компанія «Южмашавіа», Air Transport Company Yuzmashavia) is an airline based in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine, in eastern Europe, and was established in 1985. The airline is a flying division of Southern Engineering Plant, and operates charter passenger and cargo services.
Since 1985 our company operates business passenger flights and charter cargo flights for transportation large-dimension civilian and military cargos.
Due to considered management and 24-hours operations for its clients, airline is constantly in progress by extending the range of provided services.
- passenger VIP flights
- cargo transportations
- ticket sales agency
- airdrome complex services
- aircraft base and security
- aircraft maintenance
- providing special machinery and vehicles
- services warehousing
ATC “Yuzmashavia” is a reliable business partner for its clients.