The Russian low cost airline announced the figures for the year 2017.
It ends the year 2017 and many airlines make balance sheets and publish the figures achieved in the last 365 days. One of them is Pobeda Airlines. The low-cost airline based in Moscow, subsidiary of Aeroflot, announced the profits obtained during the year.
Vitaly Saveliev, head of Aeroflot, held a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, where he announced that Pobeda will receive 3.5 billion rubles (about 60,800,000 US dollars) in net profits in 2017.
“This year we expect net profits, as in the past, of 3.5 billion, half of which will be paid in dividends,” Saveliev said.
Meanwhile, Pobeda Airlines reported total revenues of more than 20 billion rubles (347 million dollars), and estimated at 4.7 million the number of passengers transported during this year.