Domodedovo Airlines

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Domodedovo Airlines
Domodedovo Airlines Ilyushin Il-96.jpg
IATA code : E3
ICAO code : DMO
Call sign : DOMODEDOVO
Founding: 1998
Operation stopped: 2008
Seat: Moscow , Russia
Home airport : Domodedovo
Number of employees: 400
Fleet size: 28
Aims: national and continental
Domodedovo Airlines ceased operations in 2008. The information in italics refer to the last status before the end of operation.

Domodedovo Airlines ( Russian Домодедовские авиалинии , Domodedowskije awialini) was a Russian airline based in Moscow . She was under the influence of the Russian oligarchs and twin brothers Boris and Alexander Michailowitsch Abramowitsch, who held a 49% stake in the airline.


Domodedovo Airlines was founded in 1998. In 2004 the company merged with four other Russian airlines to form the alliance AiRUnion . At the end of September 2008 flight operations were suspended due to financial problems . Until 2008, the airline had its headquarters at the airport of the same name south of Moscow. Five Ilyuschin IL-96s were among their flagships.

Domodedovo Airlines employed about 400 people in the air. On the ground, the company had its own offices in three other major Russian cities ( Krasnoyarsk , Norilsk , Jakutsk ) in addition to its headquarters .


In addition to scheduled flights within the CIS countries and to Germany, the company primarily offered charter flights to destinations in southern Europe and Southeast Asia.


As of September 2008, the Domodedovo Airlines fleet consisted of the following 28 aircraft:

See also

Web links

Commons : Domodedovo Airlines  - collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Domodedovo Airlines' fleet before decommissioning September 9, 2009