RusLine

Founded
1999
Type
Regional
Fleet size
19
Destinations
49
Passengers per year
640,919

RusLine is a Russian regional airline that mainly operates flights within Russia. The airline also operates some charter flights. RusLine mainly wants to bring passengers from small Russian towns to larger hub-airports.

Organization

RusLine is owned by businessman Nikolay Ulanov. RusLine has a codeshare agreement with Utair.

History

RusLine was founded in 1997, it started operating its first charter flights in the same year. In 1999, the airline Aerotex Airlines was established which in 2002 merged into RusLine.  In 2010, the airline acquired the airline Air Volga, which went bankrupt. Air Volga’s design was carried over to RusLine.

Quick facts

  • The IV International Forum SkyService awarded RusLine’s cabin crew as the second-best in Russia (2019).

Passengers

2015
578,800
2016
606,900
2017
640,919

Baggage

Every passenger is allowed to take a maximum of 5 kg of hand luggage on board the aircraft. You can bring 1 personal item in addition. The amount of hold baggage that is allowed depends on the fare rules. Please consult website RusLine for more information.

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In-flight Wi-Fi

There is no in-flight Wi-Fi service on board of RusLine aircraft.

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