Articles Tagged ‘VKO’
Transaero Airlines now links Moscow Vnukovo to Prague and Moscow Domodedovo to Komsomolsk-on-Amur, using its 737-800s and Tu-214s respectively.
Pobeda starts its 14th domestic route from Moscow Vnukovo, with daily flights to Arkhangelsk.
The deadlock has been broken in the 2015 ‘Arch of Triumph’ inter-regional competition, as Asia’s second victory of the year sees it standing proud at the leaderboard summit. This week’s victorious airport also streaks to the top of the inter-airport battle, toppling Turin.
Pobeda’s plans for destinations #12 and #13 come to fruition, as services to Sochi/Adler and Nizhnevartovsk begin.
Transaero Airlines starts twice-weekly Moscow Vnukovo service to India’s capital city using 767s.
Pobeda starts its 10th destination since its launch on 1 December last year, with daily services to Makhachkala.
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.
Pobeda, which is the new name for the Aeroflot LCC formerly known as Dobrolet, launches its first flights.
Transaero Airlines makes Barnaul its 16th domestic destination from its Moscow Vnukovo.
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.