SAT Airlines

SAT Airlines (Russian Сахалинские Авиатрассы ) is a Russian airline based in Yuzhno -Sakhalinsk and base at the airport Yuzhno -Sakhalinsk.


The company was founded in 1992, it emerged from the Sakhalinsk division of Aeroflot. In November of that year she took on its scheduled service with the route Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Vladivostok Seoul, which was operated with one Antonov An-24. Since 1994, the company sets a Boeing 737-200, which has since followed by other Western aircraft types.

The main shareholder Aeroflot announced in spring 2013 to combine SAT Airlines with Vladivostok Avia. The new company was finally announced in November 2013 as the Aurora Airlines and adopted on 8 December 2013, operating on.


SAT Airlines serves destinations in the Russian Far East as well as in Japan, China and South Korea.


As of July 2013, the fleet of the SAT Airlines consists of ten aircraft: