Date: 3 months ago   Category: Transport

The Russian airlines in July have increased passenger transportations by 6,3% — Rambler News Service


The Russian airlines in July, 2018, according to operational data, have transported 12,7 million passengers that is 6,3% more, than for the same period of last year, have reported in Rosaviatsia. The passenger turnover has increased by 5,7% — to 30,9 billion passenger-kilometers, growth was 5,7%. In January-July the passenger traffic of the Russian airlines has grown by 10,2% — up to 64,2 million people. The passenger turnover has increased by 10,2% — to 158,5 billion passenger-kilometers. Increase in volumes of production activity in July is noted at Aeroflot airlines — 3,6 million passengers (9,7%), S7 — 1,3 million passengers (20,8%), Russia — 1,5 million passengers (5,6%), Ural Airlines — 1 million passengers (6,2%) are transported.

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