S7 Airlines: electronic interline with the world’s leading carriers


British Airways is one of founders of Oneworld —international financial and marketing alliance of the world’s leading carriers. By the year-end of 2006, British Airways ranked No 7 within global rating of the TOP 100 carriers published by a leading international magazine Airline Business.

The most interesting destination for passengers that fly S7 include: Boston, Vancouver, Washington, Detroit, Cairo, Copenhagen, Miami, Manchester, Montreal, Nairobi, New York, San Francisco, Toronto, Chicago. At present, we are in talks with British Airways aiming to sign an agreement on new end-to-end tariffs that will be even more profitable for passengers choosing transfer flight with S7 Airlines.

S7 Airlines is focused on development of electronic sales of air traffic, both for its own flights and flights of its partners on interline agreements . Currently, passengers of S7 have a way to arrange electronic tickets for flights of the following carriers: Singapore Airlines, Delta, Korean Air, Swiss, Bangkok Airways, Brussels Airlines, Silk Air, Siem Reap Airways, Hahn Air and Vladivostok Avia.

S7 Airlines uses cutting-edge technologies of passenger service, by actively implementing electronic ticket , sales via internet web site www.s7.ru, end-to-end registration of passengers and baggage for transfer flights. These innovations help make the flight very comfortable and enjoyable.

In September 2007, S7 Airlines received official notification fromIATA on the inclusion of the airline into the list of operators IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) and became the second-largest carrier in Russia, having successfully completed the entire procedure of international audit for compliance with flight safety regulations. Its inclusion in the list of operators that have passed IOSA, is the recognition of S7 Airlines within global aviation community as a safe carrier matching the strictest international criteria.