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Capital AviaNeft publishes public data on cities of Russia, that serve as a frequent destination for business jets

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Capital AviaNeft publishes public data on cities of Russia, that serve as a frequent destination for business jets  - Business aviation publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Russian Federation Aircraft: Airplanes

Capital AviaNeft company, specializing in full support of business aviation flights, for the first time publishes public data on cities of Russia, that serve as a frequent destination for business jets. The information is based on the actual volume of business jets handled by the company during the period from June 1 to August 31, 2016.

Over the past two years, the Russian business aviation has been increasingly turning to the cities of Russia, according to the company's estimates the share of domestic flights is already 35% of all Russian business aviation passenger traffic. Kazan, Saransk, Volgograd – there are more than 40 cities in Russia, which periodically serve as business aviation destinations, and our task is to ensure high quality and predictable ground handling even in the most remote parts of the country.


Capital AviaNeft states that about 80% of the total number of flights of business aviation on behalf of the real Russian business - industrial, agricultural, raw materials and real estate development. This trend was outlined two years ago, after the weakening of the national currency and has increased steadily over 8 months of 2016.

The list of the most popular Russian cities for business aviation consists of 10 items, and does not include the traffic of Moscow and St. Petersburg, which both historically occupy more than 60% of the total Russian traffic. Sochi has the first place among the regional cities - it accounts for 9% of the total Russian traffic. Sochi is followed by Kazan (7%), Krasnodar (5%), Rostov-on-Don (5%), Mineralnye Vody (4%). Another 10% of the total volume of the Russian business aviation traffic is shared between Yekaterinburg, Samara, Kaliningrad, Belgorod and Vladivostok.

 



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