Harman Patil

Centre Avia

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J7  CVC
Hubs  Bykovo Airport
Founded  2000
Fleet size  4
CVC  AVIACENTRE
Headquarters  Moscow, Russia
Ceased operations  2010
Hub  Bykovo Airport
Centre-Avia
Parent company  Centre-Avia Airlines Joint Stock Company
Website  http://web.archive.org/*/http://www.centreavia.ru/

Yak 42 centre avia landing and take off at innsbruck airport 29 12 2001


Centre-Avia Airlines (Авиакомпания "ЦЕНТР-АВИА") was an airline based in Moscow, Russia, operating domestic and international services. Its main base was Bykovo Airport, Moscow, from where it operates charter flights, plus, on working days, a scheduled flight from Moscow Domodedovo Airport to Nizhny Novgorod International Airport. In March 2007, the aircraft fleet of Centre-Avia consisted of four Yakovlev Yak-40.

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Centre avia yak 42d landing at rotterdam airport at rw24


History

Centre-Avia was founded in 2000 and was owned by Bykovo Aircraft Repair Plant (29.4%), Bykovo Airport (20%), MRIK Investment (20%) and Resourcetrustbank (10.8%). In 2010, the company was liquidated.

References

Centre-Avia Wikipedia


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