Moskovia Airlines (Moscow-Zhukovsky) filed for bankruptcy protection and reorganization in February 2014. Following an inspection of the airline’s operations this month by the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia), the airline will longer be able to operate as a scheduled passenger airline according to ch-aviation. The airline will revert to a charter airline on September 1.
Copyright Photo: Arnd Wolf/AirlinersGallery.com. The main aircraft for Moskovia now is the new pictured Sukhoi Superjet 100-95B and a remaining single Boeing 737-700 which is likely to be returned. RA-89021 (msn 95021) arrives in Munich.
Copyright Photo: Ola Carlsson/Aviaction.net. Ex-SAS 737-883 SE-DTN (msn 30467) is pictured on the ramp at Stockholm (Arlanda) prior to its delivery. This livery also appears to be a revision of the 2009 livery introduced on Boeing 737-73A VQ-BDI (click on photo to compare).
Moskovia Airlines (Moscow-Zhukovsky) is getting ready to add its first Boeing 737-800, joining its 737-700 and Russian aircraft.