Articles Tagged ‘UTair’
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.
UTair launches flights on an ex-Malev route from St. Petersburg to Budapest.
UTair starts flying from Tyumen to Mineralnye Vody.
Yakutia Airlines owes its name to the diamond-bearing city of Yakutsk in eastern Siberia, but don’t be misled: The airline has strong operations in Moscow Vnukovo and Krasnodar as well.
UTair inaugurates daily flights to Chelyabinsk and twice-daily to Ekaterinburg, both from Moscow Vnukovo.
UTair launches daily services from Moscow Vnukovo to Nalchik in the Caucasus.
UTair launches flights from Adler/Sochi to Trabzon in Turkey; adds flights from Arkhangelsk to Naryan-Mar.
UTair commences services on the route from Kiev Zhulyany to Moscow Vnukovo.
UTair launches services from Moscow Vnukovo to Kursk near the border with the Ukraine.
UTair commenced flights from Surgut to Krasnojarsk via Igarka.
UTair launches services from Novosibirsk to Blagoveshchensk in the Russian Amur Oblast.
UTair launches two new international routes from Surgut.