Pobeda starts first German route

Pobeda Moscow Vnukovo to Cologne Bonn

Ribbon-cutting and cake-cutting was the order of the day at Cologne Bonn Airport on Monday 15 February to celebrate the arrival of Pobeda’s inaugural flight from Moscow Vnukovo. Armed with scissors were: Ulrich Stiller, Director Marketing & Sales, Cologne Bonn Airport; Michael Garvens, Chairman of the Management Board, Cologne Bonn Airport; Andrey Kalmykov, CEO, Pobeda Airlines; and Vladimir V. Sedykh, Consul General of the Russian Federation in Bonn.

  • Pobeda started its third international route on 15 February with daily services from Moscow Vnukovo (VKO) launched to Cologne Bonn (CGN). The 737-800-operated sector joins the Russian LCC’s existing overseas sectors to Milan/Bergamo and Bratislava, which both launched in December. The 2,054-kilometre route will face no direct competition on the airport pair, although Germanwings/Eurowings intends to launch services from the German airport to Moscow Domodedovo in June, having served Vnukovo in the past. See how Cologne Bonn’s FTWA compares with others from around the world this week.


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