Tbilisi Airport, operated by TAV Airports, welcomed the first direct flight from Rostov-on-Don in Russia performed by Pobeda on 1 November. The flights will be operated thrice-weekly by the Russian LCC’s ubiquitous 737-800s. Alongside Aeroflot, S7 Airlines and Ural Airlines, Pobeda is the fourth Russian airline operating to Tbilisi.
- Pobeda, the Aeroflot in-house LCC, launched four new routes from two bases over the last seven days. The average sector length of the new routes was 1,592 kilometres, with the shortest being the Rostov-on-Don (ROV) to Tbilisi (TBS) service at 740 kilometres, and the longest being the 2,084-kilometre link between St. Petersburg (LED) and Vladikavkaz (OGZ). The average weekly frequency of the routes is two.
|St. Petersburg (LED)
||Saratov Airlines (3)
|Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 8 November.