TransAVIAexport Airlines

Joint Stock Company "Transaviaexport Airlines"
Открытое акционерное общество «Авиакомпания Трансавиаэкспорт»
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IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded December 1992
Hubs Minsk International Airport Sharjah International Airport
Fleet size 6
Company slogan We conquer the sky for you...
Parent company State Owned
Headquarters Minsk, Belarus
Key people Oleg Kudritsky (General Director)

TransAVIAexport Airlines is a Belarusian National Airline involved in air transportation of cargo. It is based at the Minsk International Airport in Belarus, with a hub at the Sharjah International Airport, in the United Arab Emirates.


TransAVIAexport Airlines was established in December 1992. After 15 years of operation the airline has become an active player in the international market of air transportation of cargo and has won recognition among clients for a reputation as a reliable partner. TransAVIAexport's aircraft may be seen in the airports in Europe, Asia, USA, South America, Australia, Antarctic, the Middle East and Africa. By establishing air links with many countries they have promoted contracts and closer ties between nations.[citation needed]


TransAVIAexport Airlines operated IL-76 heavy-lifters capable of transporting up to 45 tons of freight with a volume up to 210 cubic meters. IL-76 "Candid", a heavy ramp freighter, is one of the most efficient and demanded aircraft. The ability of this aircraft to operate in airport with undeveloped or underdeveloped infrastructure allows it to both meet the needs of entire regions in term of air cargo transportation, and significantly expand the customer base by attracting shippers who would normally use other ways of transportation.

TransAVIAexport Airlines fleet includes the following aircraft (as of February 2017):

Accidents and incidents[]


  1. ^ a b Hassan, Mohamed Olad. "Cargo Plane Is Shot Down in Somalia," Associated Press, March 23, 2007.
  2. ^ "Accident: Trans Avia Export Cargo IL76 at Juba and Entebbe on Aug 22nd 2017, destroys two houses during go around in Juba, two main gear struts stuck in Entebbe". The Aviation Herald. Retrieved September 13, 2017.

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