Pobeda launched its third route to Italy on 21 February, offering a three times weekly service to Venice Treviso. Parent company Aeroflot provides indirect competition on the city pair with a twice-daily operation between Moscow Sheremetyevo and Venice Marco Polo.
- Pobeda now offers three Italian points on its network and a total of 16 weekly frequencies to the country following the introduction of a three times weekly operation to Venice Treviso (TSF) on 21 February. The link from its main Moscow Vnukovo (VKO) base will join the LCC’s existing services to Milan Bergamo and Pisa. The 2,066-kilometre sector is operated by Pobeda’s ubiquitous 737-800 fleet, and faces no direct competition, although Aeroflot offers a double-daily service from Moscow Sheremetyevo to Venice Marco Polo, while Ural Airlines flies weekly to the same Venetian gateway from Moscow Domodedovo.