Red Wings Airlines is a Russian airline company, based in Moscow's Domodedovo airport.
Red Wings was founded in 1999, then known as 'Airlines 400'. Its fleet initially consisted of Tu-154M and Il-76 jets, servicing charter passenger and cargo flights.
2007 saw a change in the ownership structure as well as the its rebranding to – 'Red Wings' – the name still in use. The company adopted a new growth strategy, suggesting use of Russian Tu-204 planes. Initially, first three jets of this brand were purchased.
Over three years, the Red Wings' fleet extended with another five locally produced new Tu-204-100V planes. The company currently owns 8 jets of this type.
Since 2008, Red Wings has been a fellow member of Russian Association of Air Transport Operators.
In 2008 and 2010 Red Wings won Airline Company of the Year in Passenger Charter Flights nomination of the national airline award Wings of Russia.
June 25, 2012 marked another milestone for the company – its first regular flight from Moscow's Vnukovo airport to Russia's most western city – Kaliningrad.
In 2017 the company started to operate a new type of jets – Airbus-A321 and Airbus-A320.
Red Wings is arranging year-round regular and charter flights to most popular tourist destinations.
Red Wing Policy (Russian) (4,57 МБ .pdf)