Streamline Flight Support
History of Streamline
Actual start of operations.
First experience of business-jet ground handling at Moscow Sheremetyevo airport.
First cargo charters of newly created Russian air operators supported.
Registration of Streamline Ltd.
The new entity contracts Sheremetyevo International Airport as biz-jet handler and also supports charter operations of a number of newly set up Russian airlines.
Re-registration of the company in its present form as JSC Streamline OPS.
24-hour Operations Office opens in downtown Moscow.
Handling service expands to Moscow Vnukovo and Domodedovo, Saint Petersburg Pulkovo and Novosibirsk airports.
Business-jet operators from Europe and USA join as clients.
Streamline handling supervision service expands to major airports throughout Russia and CIS.
Most Russian airlines utilise Streamline Flight Support service for their unscheduled flying.
Streamline founds Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association AOPA-Russia to lobby for the interests of general aviation before the government and to represent Russia in the worldwide IAOPA.
Streamline founds Jet-2000 Business Jets, a biz-jet management operation, initially to operate a corporate jet in the interests of a multinational corporation.
The operation is subsequently voted for the Business Operator of the Year award in 2005, 2007 and 2009.
Streamline takes part as an exhibitor in the first ever European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) at Palexpo, Geneva. Practice becomes tradition - Streamline never misses the event in subsequent years.
Streamline is contracted by the Government Flight Unit for supporting its flying activity around the world and domestically.
Streamline takes part as an exhibitor in the JetExpo show held in Moscow and becomes a regular participant in the event in subsequent years. JetExpo gets rebranded as RUBACE in 2018.
Streamline initiates the unification of two competing business aviation associations. The unified association, Russian United Business Aviation Association, becomes member of the European Business Aviation Association.
Streamline exhibits at the Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (ABACE) in Shanghai, China.
Streamline successfully handles passenger charters and business-jet flights to Olympic Sochi, contributing to the success of the 2014 Winter Olympics. The Sochi Olympics become the company's largest handled event to date.
Streamline founds Corporate Aviation Solutions, an aerial work operation, for flying industrial applications such as aerial photography, laser mapping and other.
Streamline is voted for the Legendary Company award at Russia's annual Wings of Business gala.
Streamline successfully supports and handles passenger charter, business-jet and head-of-state traffic at 11 locations in Russia hosting the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The World Cup becomes Russia's most significant event in terms of aviation traffic and also the largest ever supported by Streamline.