Pskovavia was a passenger and cargo airline based in Pskov, Russia. It operated international and domestic charter passenger and cargo services as well as regular scheduled flights between Pskov and Moscow. Its main base was Pskov Airport.
The airline was established and started operations in 1944. It was formerly Aeroflot Pskov Division.
The Federal Agency for Air Transport (Rosaviatsia) suspended the Pskovavia airline flight certificate on April 4, 2018. Pskovavia was replaced by the airline "Azimuth".
Pskovavia carried out scheduled flights between Pskov (Pskov Airport) and Moscow (Domodedovo Airport) on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. On 20 June 2013 Pskovavia announced St Petersburg (Pulkovo Airport) flights would resume, starting on August 2013.
As of July 2013 Pskovavia served the following destinations:
Pskovavia's AN-26 also frequently visits Helsinki-Vantaa airport during early evenings.
As of July 2019 the Pskovavia fleet included: