Pobeda adds Russian routes to Bordeaux and Girona

Girona greeted Pobeda’s first flight from St.Petersburg with this water arch welcome on 2 June. The Russian LCC began flights between Moscow Vnukovo and Bordeuax on the same day. Both routes will be flown twice-weekly with 737-800s on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and there is no competition on either sector.

  • Pobeda launched two new connections on the same day on 2 June, commencing services from Moscow Vnukovo (VKO) to Bordeaux (BOD) and from St.Petersburg (LED) to Girona (GRO). The former 2,906-kilometre route and the latter 2,733-kilometre link will both be operated twice-weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays with 737-800s. Neither route faces any direct competition. The Vnukovo link is the only route Pobeda is currently scheduled to operate to Bordeaux in S18. It will serve Girona from both Vnukovo and St. Petersburg this summer. See how Girona Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world. 


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