Seen cutting the cake in Krasnodar, with the calorific delight being commissioned to welcome Air Moldova to the Russian city, along with the captain is Asiyat Khasanova, CCO of Basel Aero, the company that runs Krasnodar Airport. The route from Chisinau will be flown four times weekly facing no direct competition.
- Air Moldova has now added Krasnodar (KRR) in Russia to its network, beginning four times weekly flights from Chisinau (KIV). Launched 28 April, the carrier will operate the 818-kilometre route on its 103-seat E190s, with no other airline operating the city pair. With this launch, it brings to three the number of destinations which Air Moldova serves in Russia, with Krasnodar joining St. Petersburg (daily flights) and Moscow Domodedovo (three times daily). In total Air Moldova at the start of S17 serves 23 destinations from Chisinau on 102 weekly flights. The airline has a fleet of seven aircraft, made up of three E190s, two A320s, one A319 and one A321. See how Krasnodar Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.