The two companies posted consolidated revenues of 9.3 billion rubles ($364 million) in the reporting period. The airline's revenues increased 51% year-on-year to 8.8 billion rubles ($345 million) and its sales profit grew fivefold to 501 million rubles ($19.6 million).
Passenger traffic also increased 51% to 5 billion passenger-kilometers in January-June 2007, and the number of passengers grew 48% to 1.3 million in the same period.
Established in 1991, Transaero was Russia's first private airline. Its net profit calculated to Russian Accounting Standards was 304.8 million rubles ($11.9 million) last year, up 70% against 2005.
International destinations account for over 80% of passenger traffic and the airline's fleet comprises 27 aircraft: one Tupolev-214, six Boeing 747s, seven Boeing 767s, and thirteen 737s.