Top 10 Airlines of Europe 2015

Posted in Top Brand Lists, Total Reads: 2019

7. Aeroflot Group

‘OJSC Aeroflot – Russian Airlines’, usually recognized as Aeroflot, is the standard transporter and main air company of the federation of Russia.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

The transporter runs domestic and global commuter and services, mostly from its center at the Sheremetyevo International Airport. Aeroflot is amongst one of the eldest air companies in the planet, and its history dates back to 1923. Throughout the Soviet age, Aeroflot used to be the Soviet home airline and also the biggest airline present across the globe. Following the disbanding of USSR, the transporter has been altered from a state-run organization into a semi-privatized business which ordered 19th most lucrative in the world in the year 2007. Aeroflot is still known as the de-facto state airline of the Russian republic. It is possessed 51 % by the Russian Administration. According to the records of 2014, the Aeroflot Group currently has about 30,328 workers. The firm has boarded on a fleet innovation programme, widespread route rearrangement, and also an image renovation. The air company merged with ‘SkyTeam’ in April, 2006, thus being the 10th fellow of the association. In the month of June, 2013, in the ‘World Airline Awards’ that had taken place at the ‘50th Le Bourget air show’, the company Aeroflot was given the global prize as the finest air transporter in eastern Europe.

Revenue in the FY 2014: $9.14 B

No. of Passengers Carried: 34.7 Million

Looking for Similar Lists, Browse more Top Lists

Share this Page on:
Facebook ShareTweetShare on Linkedin