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Arkaim (airline)

Summary
Arkaim, LLC (ООО "Аркаим", "Арҡайым" ЯCЙ) is regional Russian airline based in Ufa, Bashkortostan. As of July 2010, it operates passenger flights from Ufa to Ekaterinburg (Koltsovo Airport), Nizhniy Novgorod (Strigino Airport) and Sibay, a town in SE Bashkortostan. In the future, the airline plans to operate a flight to Neftekamsk, also in Bashkortostan. It plans to lease or purchase 7 Boeing or Airbus aircraft. History The company, named after Arkaim, an ancient settlement in the South Urals, was registered on 19 April 2009 by former deputy general director of Ufa International Airport Nikolay Ogedov with registered capital of 10 thousand rubles. Until 2002, Ogedov was general director of BAL Bashkirian Airlines, but was forced to resign in the aftermath of the midair collision of a BAL Tu-154 over Germany. A decree on the development of the air transport industry for 2009 –2020 signed by the President of Bashkortostan in May 2009 allocated some 30 billion rubles for i
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