Articles Tagged ‘Yakutia Airlines’
Uzbekistan capacity stabilises in 2017 after three years of cuts; national carrier and main hub airport experience marginal growth
Uzbekistan is one of 11 members of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). Seat capacity on services to, from and within the central Asian country has varied over the last decade, with strong growth followed by three consecutive years of cuts from 2014 to 2016. Capacity trends for Uzbekistan’s largest airlines, airports and country markets […]
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.
Yakutia Airlines starts its first flights to Niigata and second flight to Tokyo Narita.
Yakutia Airlines inaugurates thrice-weekly flights from Khabarovsk Airport to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Airport.
Yakutia Airlines inaugurates low-frequency services from Krasnodar Airport to Beijing Airport and Paphos Airport in Cyprus.
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.
Yakutia Airlines launches weekly services from Yakutsk in the Russian Sakha Republic.
Yakutia Airlines launches a new route from Moscow Vnukovo Airport to Dresden in East Germany, indirectly competing with Aeroflot.
Yakutia Airlines starts flying from Krasnodar to Munich and via Ekaterinburg to Vladivostok.
Yakutia Airlines starts new route from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky to Anchorage in Alaska.
Yakutia Airlines launches new routes from Krasnodar to Bishkek and from Moscow Vnukovo to Makhachkala.
Over 60 new routes this week with a strong bias towards European LCCs. Cimber Sterling, easyJet, Jet2.com, Ryanair and Wizz Air all launched multiple routes. But AirAsia, Avianova, BA CityFlyer, Delta, Flydubai, Southwest, Spanair and Transaero among others all had reasons to celebrate this week.