Articles Tagged ‘UFA’
Two airports have submitted FTWAs to anna.aero for judging in this week’s competition. With one entry from Russia, and the other from the UK, it’s a case of which airport has got the perfect recipe for Arch of Triumph perfection. Click here to find out which one has clinched the latest weekly win.
Buta Airways begins a twice-weekly service between the Azerbaijani and Russian airports.
S7 Airlines begins routes from four different Russian airports.
Yamal Airlines begins its sixth route into Russia’s second city.
Russia’s sixth largest carrier, Ural Airlines has grown rapidly over recent years, serving a total of 97 routes in February 2014. As the airline’s traffic went up 25% last year, anna.aero investigates the carrier’s rapid expansion and its current network.
Ak Bars Aero starts flights from Moscow Domodedovo Airport, Kazan Airport, St Petersburg Airport Naberevnye Chelny Airport and Ekaterinburg Airport in Russia
Orenair expands its offering in Adler/Sochi Airport with seven new routes including thrice-weekly flights to Chelyabinsk Airport and Ufa Airport.
Ural Airlines connects Podgorica Airport with three Russian airports; launches flights from Bourgas Airport to Nizhniy Novgorod Airport and from Pula Airport to Moscow Domodedovo Airport.
Transaero Airlines starts flights between Ufa Airport and Ekaterinburg Airport and Kiev Zhulyany Airport.
Air Arabia now flies from Sharjah in the UAE to Ufa and Kazan in Russia.
Red Wings launches flights to Ekaterinburg and Ufa from Moscow Vnukovo.
Czech Airlines launches a new route to Ufa in Russia from its Prague Airport hub, in line with the airline’s focus strategy on CIS country markets.