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The UTair Aviation Company Intends To Increase Its Market Share In Russia
5.07.2017 11:28
The UTair Aviation Company Intends To Increase Its Market Share In Russia

The UTair Aviation Company plans to increase its share of the air transportation market in Russia to 10% within five years, and to 12-13% within 10 years, the company's annual report says. 

At the end of 2016, UTair recorded its market share at 7.5% against Aeroflot's 50%, S7's 15%, and Ural Airlines - 7.5%.

      "The growth of the company's market share should occur mainly due to the development of its network of flights from Moscow within Russia and abroad, and, to a lesser extent, through the development of regional flights from perspective hub airports," the report says. At the same time, it will be clarified that the priority for the company is medium-haul transport from Moscow, and less priority are long-haul flights from the capital to the Far East, Asia and America. In 2016, "UTair" transported 6.7 million people (+ 20% by 2015), taking the 4th line in the statistics of the Federal Air Transport Agency. Currently, the carrier's air fleet consists of 65 aircraft, including 47 medium-range Boeing 737s, three long-haul Boeing 767s and 15 regional ATRs 72-500.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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