Articles Tagged ‘UTair’
Due to its proximity to downtown Moscow (just 17 kilometres), Vnukovo Airport has often been used by foreign VIPS, including famously by US President Ronald Reagan in 1988, for a summit which marked the start of the end of the Cold War. anna.aero takes a look at the vital statistics of the Russian capital’s smallest […]
Dresden Airport sees traffic decline of 7%; Etihad Regional arrives with Amsterdam and Zurich services
Covering a catchment area that extends to three countries (Germany, Czech Republic and Poland), Dresden Airport handled 1.8 million passengers in 2013. With a total of 13 carriers operating to 23 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how dominant Lufthansa is this September.
Gateway to one of the 11 host cities during the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Samara Airport handled over two million passengers last year. With a total of 20 airlines operating from the gateway to Samarskaya Oblast, anna.aero investigates the airport’s recent activity and reveals how dominant Aeroflot is this summer.
UTair adds Tyumen service to existing Moscow Vnukovo operations into German city.
UTair commences daily flights from Moscow Vnukovo to Yerevan, utilising 737-500s and competing with Air Armenia and Transaero Airlines.
UTair adds its second Hungarian destination to its route portfolio.
UTair ups its presence in Armenia’s capital city of Yerevan adding a four times weekly service from Krasnodar.
UTair starts flights from Moscow Vnukovo Airport in Russia to Dresden Airport in Germany.
UTair launches flights from Surgut Airport to Bugulma Airport, Volgograd Airport and Cheboksary Airport.
UTair launches weekly services from Rostov Airport to Frankfurt Airport.
UTair inaugurates daily flights from Moscow Vnukovo Airport to Odessa Airport in the Ukraine.
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.