|Founded||May 1957 (as Tolmachevsky squadron)|
|Commenced operations||May 1992 (as Siberia Airlines)|
|Frequent-flyer program||S7 Priority|
|Fleet size||95 (incl subsidiaries)|
|Company slogan||Freedom to choose|
|Parent company||S7 AirSpace Corporation|
|Headquarters||Ob, Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia|
|Key people||Vladimir Obyedkov, General Director|
S7 Airlines is a Russian airline. It is the second largest airline. It was created in May 1992. Originally, it was named Siberia Airlines. In 1994, the airline joined IATA. The airline's name was changed to S7 Airlines in 2005. In 2010, the airline joined Oneworld. S7 Airlines stopped flying Soviet planes in 2008. As of 2015, the airline has Airbus A319s, Airbus A320s, Airbus A321s, Boeing 737s and Boeing 767s.
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An S7 Airbus A310. S7 stopped flying them in 2012.
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- ↑ "Last S7 A310-300 retired from service and parked at Novosibirsk". ch-aviation.