History of the Company


14/06/2019 – a new phase begins in the airline’s activities with a new type of aircraft in the fleet – the Boeing 777-300ER wide-body aircraft.

In the same time period, the third Boeing 737-800 is added to the fleet.


04/04/2018 – the seventh Boeing 757-200 is added to the Royal Flight fleet.

17/07/2018 – the airline introduces a new summer uniform for flight attendants.

19/072018 – another Boeing 737-800 is added to the Royal Flight fleet, becoming the second aircraft of this type for Royal Flight.

01/10/2018 – the airline launches a completely new tourist destination – Gambia.

05/10/2018 – Royal Flight registered its five millionth passenger in Novosibirsk.


30/03/2017 – another Boeing 757-200 is added to the airline's fleet.

28/04/2017 – the airline made its first charter flight to Alania.


29/04/2016 – the first wide-body Boeing 767-300 is added to the airline’s fleet.

11/05/2016 – another Boeing 767-300 is added to the airline fleet.

18/05/2016 – Royal Flight launches direct flights between Macau and Russia.

01/11/2016 – the airline launches direct flights from Moscow to Colombo (Sri Lanka).


29/05/2015 – the airline expands its fleet and introduces a new type of aircraft - Boeing 737-800.

13/07/2015 – Royal Flight airlines register the first millionth passenger. Festive events were held at Sheremetyevo Airport on this occasion. The millionth passenger received valuable gifts.

<p>8 March 2014 –  the first flight under the Royal Flight brand on the Moscow – Antalya – Moscow route took place.</p>

October 2013 –a decision was made to create a branch of ZAO Abakan-Avia Airline in Moscow for international charter passenger flights under the Royal Flight brand.

In the same month, a separate division of ZAO Abakan-Avia Airline's branch in Moscow was registered, headed by Besiki Giviyevich Kvirkviya.


the first flight took place upon obtaining the Operator Certificate for the right to perform flights on domestic and international airlines.

The main emphasis was placed on the market for the transportation of humanitarian cargoes by IL-76 aircrafts for the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations and the World Food Program.

ZAO Abakan-Avia Airline was registered as a legal entity in the Abakan Registration Chamber.