Utair is a Russian airline that mainly operates domestic flights within Russia. Next to scheduled flights, the airline also operates charter flights and a helicopter service.
Utair is owned by the Utair Group and has multiple subsidiaries among which the airlines UTair Ukraine Airlines, Vostok Airlines and Turuhan Airlines.
Utair was founded in 1967 as the Aeroflot Tyumen Directorate, a department of the Russian national airline Aeroflot. In 1991, the airline changed its name to Tyumenaviatrans Aviation also known as TAT. Twelve years later, in 2003, the airline changed its name to UTair Aviation and later in 2017 to its current name, Utair.
- According to the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency, Utair is the most punctual Russian airline (2018).
- Utair is amongst the top-5 largest airlines in Russia.
All passengers are allowed to bring 1 piece of hand luggage with a maximum weight of 5 kg and maximum dimensions of 40×30×20cm. Premium Economy and Business Class passengers can bring 1 additional cabin bag with a maximum weight of 10 kg. Travellers that fly with an Economy Minimum ticket are not permitted to bring a checked bag without paying an additional charge. Optimum and Premium Economy passengers can bring 1 piece of hold baggage with a weight of 20 kg. Business Class travellers can bring 2 pieces of checked baggage with a weight limited to 30 kg. Please consult website Utair for more information.
Utair does not offer in-flight Wi-Fi.
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