VIM Airlines

VIM Airlines (Russian ВИМ Авиа ) is a Russian charter airline based in Moscow and base at the airport Vnukovo.


VIM Airlines began operations in 2000. She took over in 2004, twelve Boeing 757-200 of Condor and was the first Russian charter airline, which operated with Western aircraft.


VIM Airlines offers mainly from its home airport Moscow Vnukovo to national and international charter flights. Be served thereby mainly European summer and winter holiday destinations.


As of February 2014, the fleet of VIM Airlines consists of 10 planes:

  • 9 Boeing 757-200 (3 Down )
  • 1 Boeing 767-300 ( Decommissioned )
  • 2 Airbus A319 -100 (both Decommissioned )
  • 5 Tupolew-Tu-204/214-Familie