Formerly known as Siberian Airlines and now rebranded, S7 Airlines (airline code S7) is expanding along with its home economy. The airline is headquartered in Moscow.
S7 began life in 1957 when a former military squadron become the largest regional subsidiary of Aeroflot. In 1992, this part of Aeroflot was privatised and Sibir (Siberia) Airlines created, becoming Russia's largest domestic carrier. Sibir Airlines was rebranded as S7 in 2006
S7’s network is based around three hubs at Moscow (Domodedovo), Novosibirsk and Irkutsk, plus ones recently added at Chelyabinsk and Perm. The airline flies around 120 scheduled flights a day, including more than 50 from Moscow. It flies to 37 Russian cities, 13 cities in the CIS and 14 other cities, including FRA, DUB, BJS, SEL, AYT, BKKMain hub is DME, smaller hubs in OVB and IKT
S7 has a total of 35 aircraft in its fleet, with another 33 aircraft on order.
The fleet is mainly Airbus A319/320/310, Boeing 737-800s on order and two B767’s in operation.
The airline underwent an IATA safety audit in 2006 after a fatal accident and now has no former Soviet Union-made aircraft in its fleet.
S7 became the first Russian airline to order the ultra-modern Boeing 787 Dreamliners, with deliveries of the 15 ordered aircraft due to begin in 2014.
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