Today, Vladivostok Air is the largest air carrier in Russia's Far East, carrying about 1,100,000 passengers annually on its own fleet of planes. Our airline conducts flights to 24 domestic and 13 international locations. To effectively meet the demands of its wide network of destinations, Vladivostok Air maintains a fleet of aircrafts comprised of a wide array of it`s types such as: Tu-204-300, Airbus A320, Airbus A330-300, Yak-40, Mi-8.
In addition to regular flights, Vladivostok Air offers chartered flights for corporate delegations and private individuals.
To better handle international traffic, the company built a separate international terminal on the territory of the Vladivostok airport, and the modern domestic terminal after capital renovation in 2006. The company's helicopters and planes are used worldwide providing quality services for various aviation industries from the islands of Haiti and Greece, to Bulgaria, Australia and Papua New Guinea. The flight and engineering staff of Vladivostok Air combines years of experience and training with a constant goal of maintaining the highest qualifications.
In 2004, Vladivostok Air became a valid member of the International Air Transport Association. The company is also a member of the Transport Clearing House organization. Twice, the company has received the “Wings of Russia” laureate award from the Russian aviation industry. Vladivostok Air continually seeks to serve its passengers with onboard comfort and style consistent with international standards that show our desire and flexibility to meet the needs and decisions of you and your business.
The tasks set and performed by Vladivostok Air include passenger service at international standard level, coziness and comfort on board, maximum mutual understanding and flexibility in business decision making.