Articles Tagged ‘Moscow Vnukovo’
UTAir is to operate twice-weekly to Split from 2 June, supplementing Aeroflot’s daily service from Moscow Sheremetyevo.
Leak of the Week – Part II: From Russia with Wizz: Low-cost carrier launches Budapest-Moscow Vnukovo in September
anna.aero can exclusively announce Wizz Air will march into Russia from September, launching a service from Budapest to Moscow’s Vnukovo airport, hot-on-the-heels of our revelations earlier this week about its new routes from Poland to Tel Aviv and Dubai. Definitely a more popular arrival in Moscow than some other people we can mention.
Russia’s airlines (Aeroflot, Transaero, UTair) and airports (Moscow DME, SVO, VKO and St Petersburg) growing fast
Our look at the Russian market reveals just how quickly the country’s leading airports and airlines are growing this year, and provides a handy summary of new international services started by non-Russian/CIS airlines in 2013, including easyJet’s first routes to Moscow.
Official Russian statistics now rank UTair as the country’s third-largest airline by passengers transported, but which geographical market is the airline’s stronghold? Which international country markets has it added this year? And of what types are the 77 new aircraft the airline has on order?
Russia’s leading airports growing by 27% in 2010; hosting World Cup in 2018 will bring fresh challenges
World Cup success, WikiLeaks revelations, and EU criticism of its aviation industry; it’s not been a dull time for Russia recently. But how are its airlines and airports actually performing in 2010? How does it differ from 2009?
anna.aero in Moscow: Vnukovo doubles capacity with new terminal as fast-growing UTair consolidates #1 position
The little brother of the Moscow airports has grown up – big time. Vnukovo, which is the airport of choice for Moscow’s wealthy oligarchs as well as the president, is served by fast-growing airlines that have filled up capacity. Soon, a new state-of-the-art terminal will provide more. But which are the airlines that have grown? […]