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Net loss of one of Russia's largest airlines grew 41 times in 2023

Tuesday, 5 March 2024, 13:26
Net loss of one of Russia's largest airlines grew 41 times in 2023
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The net loss of the Rossiya airline in 2023 increased 41 times compared to 2022, to 21.6 billion roubles [about US$237 million].

Source: Russian Interfax

Details: The revenue of the Rossiya airline increased by 16% in 2023, reaching 118.4 billion roubles [about US$1.3 billion].


Short-term liabilities at the end of 2023 amounted to 65.1 billion roubles [about US$714 million], compared to 64 billion roubles [about US$702 million] at the end of 2022; while long-term liabilities cost the airline 239.5 billion roubles [about US$2.6 billion] compared to 208.1 billion roubles [about US$2.3 billion] in 2022.

Rossiya airline is one of the largest airlines in Russia. Its main airports are Pulkovo in St Petersburg and Sheremetyevo in Moscow. The Aeroflot Group controls 75% minus 1 share of Rossiya.


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