Air Moldova connects Chisinau with Turin and Moscow Sheremetyevo

Cutting the new route cake in Turin following the arrival of Air Moldova to the Northern Italy airport were: Giuseppe Donato, President of SAGAT Turin Airport; Mircea Maleca, General Director Air Moldova; Roberto Barbieri, CEO of SAGAT Turin Airport; and Vasile Hinku, Commercial Director Air Moldova. The airline also started services to Moscow Sheremetyevo.

  • Air Moldova has added a new city to its network map – Turin (TRN) – and a new airport in the Russian capital ‒ Moscow Sheremetyevo (SVO) ‒ which joins its existing flights to Domodedovo, which it flies 19 times weekly. Started on 16 December, the new service to Italy will be flown twice-weekly (Tuesdays and Saturdays) by the carrier’s 114-seat E190s and will face no direct competition. Operations to Sheremetyevo began on 22 December and will be flown four times weekly by Air Moldova’s A320 fleet. Aeroflot is the incumbent on this particular 1,165-kilometre long airport pair, offering a daily service. See how Turin Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.


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