Founded 1967 with headquarters in Khanty-Mansiysk Airport.
Branches/Joint ventures in India, Peru, South Africa and Slovakia
UTair is the 4th largest provider of helicopter services in the world and the leading helicopter operator in Russia.
As of 2011 UTair helicopter fleet surpass 230 aircraft with a vast majority of Mi-8/Mi-17 but also including two AS350 B3s, one AS355N and four BO105s in Russia, along with an AS350 B3 operated by its subsidiary in India.
Mi-171A2 Production Aircraft First Flight, 18-May-18 : First serial production Mi-171A2 performed maiden flight at the Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant. Will be delivered to UTair for trials work in polar regions
UTair’s Mi-8 Automated Flight Tracking Upgrades, 03-May-17 : SkyTrac Systems in partnership with Eastern European distributor Depicon, expands automated flight tracking services to UTair-Helicopter Services’ fleet of 46 Mil-8 helicopters.
UTair joins HeliOffshore, 19-Sep-16 : HeliOffshore, the offshore helicopter industry’s safety-focused organisation, confirmed its 100th member: major Russian operator UTair-Helicopter Services