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Original source: Air Vo9lga website [1]
Call Sign : GOUMRAK
Country: Russia

Facts about Air Volga

Air Volga previously had its head office on the grounds of the airport in Volgograd.
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Currently Air Volga operates services fromits hub at Volgograd to: Aktau (Aktau Airport) Baku (Heydar Aliyev International Airport) Moscow (Domodedovo International Airport) Moscow (Vnukovo International Airport) Sochi (Sochi Airport)
Air Volga is a Russian regional airline with main bases at Volgograd International and Moscow Domodedovo airports.
of five CRJ-200s and most routes from Air Volga (G6/Volgograd) on April 1 when the latter has been declared bankrupt.
2008 - Air Volga (G6/Volgograd) is the new name of Volga-Aviaexpress.
Air Volga is a Rusline airline operating regular flights to destinations like Cheboksary, Elista, Vorkuta and Kurgan as well as to other popular destinations.
Air Volga also says, without giving further details, that it has signed a preliminary agreement to acquire two Boeing 737-500s.
FS2004 Air Volga AI Flight Plans for winter 2009-2010. Air Volga (formerly Volga-AviaExpress) is based in Volgograd airport. See readme for details on where to get the repaints. By Paul W.
Air Volga has announced the launch of a new scheduled service from Yekaterinburg to Moscow Domodedovo Airport.
Russia's Air Volga to bring in eight more CRJ200s (07 August 2009) Russia's Air Volga is to introduce eight more Bombardier CRJ200 regional aircraft as part of its fleet renewal
Russian carrier Volga-Aviaexpress is to rebrand as Air Volga and is painting Bombardier CRJ200 aircraft in a corresponding new livery.