Articles Tagged ‘SVX’
Budapest Airport welcomes return of Ural Airlines with inaugural connection to Ekaterinburg Koltsovo
From the first week of September, Ural Airlines will return to Budapest Airport with the gateway’s inaugural connection to Ekaterinburg Koltsovo, in addition to the re-opening of links to Zhukovsky city, southeast of central Moscow. Both destinations will be served weekly, using the airline’s fleet of two-class A320s.
Ural Airlines adds four more weekly services into Italian airport.
“Cake, we all like a bit of cake don’t we? I know I do. I love a bit of cake. I do. I just like cake.” Not our words, but the words of Marjorie Dawes, a character from noughties British sitcom Little Britain. We couldn’t have put it any better ourselves Marjorie – and here […]
Ural Airlines becomes Moscow airport’s newest partner with three routes.
Ural Airlines begins new routes from three different bases ‒ Ekaterinburg, Moscow Domodedovo and St. Petersburg.
Moscow Sheremetyevo overtakes Domodedovo to become Russia’s busiest airport again; #1 airline Aeroflot grows by 8%
Not since 2005, when Moscow Domodedovo became the busiest airport in Russia, has Moscow Sheremetyevo been #1, but 2015 figures so far reveal it is on course to take top spot again. Carriers like long-serving Czech Airlines have helped – a good reason for another celebratory fire truck water arch we think!
Pobeda enters the St Petersburg market with Krasnodar and Ekaterinburg services. Vnukovo network bolstered too.
Founded on 5 March 1996, when the local Aeroflot division was nationalised and renamed, Belavia is now offering services to a total of 38 destinations in 28 countries within Europe, the Middle East and Africa. With the carrier having received its first 737-800 in January, anna.aero looks at Belavia’s top routes and country markets for […]
Pobeda adds Ekaterinburg, Surgut, Vladikavkaz and Chelyabinsk to its domestic network from Moscow Vnukovo.
Following the re-launch of its LCC last week, Aeroflot’s ‘Victory’ begins operations to Samara, Ekaterinburg and Belgorod.
Produced between 1946 and 1958 in the Soviet Union, the GAZ-manufactured ‘Pobeda’ car (it means Victory) has been adapted for many purposes. The name has now been adopted by Aeroflot’s LCC (formerly known as Dobrolet), which was launched (or is that relaunched) this week from Moscow Vnukovo Airport.
Sochi/Adler Airport’s passenger figures are far from downhill and should speed skate close to the three million mark this year. anna.aero takes an ice dance through the Russian airport’s statistics to discover its gold medal winning airlines and routes this winter.