Moskovia Airlines (3R, Zhukovsky) interim management have filed for bankruptcy with a Moscow court 8 months after a previous motion filed by the Finance Leasing Company was dismissed. Russian news portal AEX.ru says the FLC has repeatedly tried to have Moskovia declare bankruptcy over debts amounting to RUB94.2million (USD2.71million). Established in 1995, Moskovia Airlines is based at Moscow Domodedovo and provides regular and charter passenger and cargo flights throughout Russia, as well as to other countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa, using a fleet consisting of a B737-400, a B737-700 and two SSJ 100/95s. It is currently still operating.