Red Wings Airlines (WZ, Moscow Vnukovo) has concluded Tu-214 operations following the return of RA-64518 (msn 44709018) to lessor and parent firm Ilyushin Finance late last month Skyliner Aviation has reported. As it stands, the Russian leisure carrier continues to operate Tupolev Design Bureau (Zhukovsky) metal in the form of six Tu-204-100s.

Other aircraft in Red Wings' fleet include four A320-200s and two A321-200s all of which are used on scheduled domestic Russian flights as well as chartered services to Turkey, Spain, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Czechia, Italy, Georgia, and Montenegro.