Cutting the cake to celebrate the arrival of Ural Airlines’ service from Tyumen to Karlovy Vary were Karlovy Vary Airport’s Commercial and Marketing Manager, Radek Zabransky; Ural Airlines’ Deputy Direrctor General, Alexey Fomin; and Petr Navratil, Deputy to Regional President for Transport, Karlovy Vary Region.
- Ural Airlines added two routes from Russia to Central Europe last week. On 2 October, a weekly service was inaugurated from Tyumen (TJM), which is Russia’s oldest settlement in Siberia, to the Czech spa city of Karlovy Vary (KLV). It is Ural Airlines’ first international route from the Siberian city, while the airline already serves Karlovy Vary with also weekly flights from Ekaterinburg. In addition, on the following day, also weekly flights commenced on the 3,000-kilometre route from Ekaterinburg (SVX) in the Ural Mountains to the Hungarian capital Budapest (BUD). This is Ural Airlines’ first route to Budapest. Services on both routes will be operated with A320 aircraft.