Rosaviatsia: shares of companies with unstable financial solvency reached 54%

Rosaviatsia: shares of companies with unstable financial solvency reached 54%


MOSCOW, January 26. The number of airlines in Russia with precarious solvency for 9 months of 2015 increased from 44% to 54%.

This statement was made by the head of Department of economy and development programs of the Federal air transport Agency Viktoria sharomova meeting of the Subcommittee on aviation of the RSPP Commission on transport and transport infrastructure.

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“On the basis of the monitoring exercised by the Federal air transport Agency, today we can state that for 9 months (because the situation may change based on results of assessment November-December) the acceptable level of solvency we meet 46% of the total number of companies, 54% is characterized by an unstable solvency. If we talk about similar indicator 2014 high solvency and stability was characterized by about 56 per cent of the airlines,” she said.

According to the representative of Rosaviation, the refocusing of companies on the domestic market and the increase of passenger flow by 16% in Russia is not compensated for the fall in revenue from international traffic. “The total financial losses for the airline increased by 70% to 26.6 billion rubles, this figure is as for 9 months of 2015”, – she said.

Transport on international routes fell by 15.8%

Previously, the Federal air transport Agency reported that the passenger traffic of Russian airlines by the end of 2015 fell by 1.2% and amounted to 92 million people.

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On international routes airlines carried 39.5 million people, which is 15.8% less than in 2014. On domestic routes the airline served the 52.5 million people, which is 13,6% more than in 2014. The passenger turnover for the reporting period amounted to 226,8 billion passenger/km (-6%).

In 2015, the Russian airlines have transported 1,064 million tons of cargo and mail (+2.7 per cent). On international routes 806,2 thousand tons (+9.6 per cent), domestic 257,8 thousand tons (-14,2%).

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