Country
Freedom of choice
Freedom of choice

Pobeda launches flights to Cyprus, Armenia and Montenegro



Pobeda

Popular Russian low-cost airline announces the opening of flights from Russia to some countries. The new flights will be operated on five areas, which include the city of Cyprus, Armenia and Montenegro.

According to the official website of Federal air transport Agency, loukoster «Pobeda» received permits for passenger flights to Larnaca and Paphos (Cyprus), Tivat, Podgorica and Tivat (Montenegro) and in Yerevan (Armenia). Aircraft «Pobeda» will fly to all these cities in addition to Yerevan from Moscow, flights to Yerevan will be carried out from the International airport of Sochi.

Flight schedule Moscow-Larnaca, Moscow-Paphos, Moscow-Tivat and Moscow-Podgorica provides daily flights, frequency of flights Sochi-Yerevan will be four flights a week.

According to preliminary information of the new airline flights «Pobeda» will be done in summer 2016, the sale of tickets for these routes will be open in spring 2016.



Category: Airway
All news of this category
Date of publication: 02.03.2016


Latest news

From Kharkov to Vienna by local airline Wizz Air launches new flight
Airplanes Ernest Airlines will fly to Ukraine more often
KLM reduces the frequency of flights to Kiev
UIA: flights to Germany from Odessa
Promotion from Alitalia: free stopover in Rome
Sale of air tickets to Krakow from Yanair
Wizz Air will fly to Warsaw from Kiev daily
UIA corrects the flight program to Italy
Turkish Airlines increases the frequency of flights from Lviv
New tariffs from airBaltic