Loukoster “Victory” opened the sale of tickets for international flights

Loukoster “Victory” opened the sale of tickets for international flights

Moscow. November 12. Loukoster “Victory” controlled by “Aeroflot”, began selling tickets for international flights, according to the company website. The minimum cost of one way ticket is 999 rubles including all taxes and fees. You can buy tickets for flights to Vienna and Bratislava. Flights will begin from December 19.

For flights from Yekaterinburg, Kirov, Nizhnevartovsk, Perm, Samara, Tyumen and Surgut stipulated to the dock in Moscow. In a statement on the website notes that “Victory” plans in the future to develop the international flight map: the end of the year the budget carrier will add to the schedule at least another two international destinations.

At the end of September of the current year “Victory” was refused admission on flights to 15 countries. So, the company was denied a comprehensive permit, which includes the following countries: Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Spain, Israel, Italy, France, Cuba, Jordan, Latvia, Estonia, the Netherlands and Hungary. The Federal air transport Agency explained that a comprehensive permit does not obligate the company to perform flights to all these countries, the carrier may choose some of them.

In the document of the Federal air transport Agency noted that low-cost carrier hoped to use this admission from 17 September 2015 to 14 may 2016.

“To refuse to issue a permit for non-conformity”, – the document says. With this wording the company was denied in individual tolerances to operate flights to Hungary, France, Belarus, Germany and Slovakia.

As previously reported, the “Victory” had requested permission to fly on the route Moscow-Heraklion (Greece), but was refused.

“Victory” was expected in the winter schedule to begin flights to Germany and Italy. For this purpose, the low-cost airline has applied to the Ministry of transport of the Russian Federation with a request to amend the Federal aviation rules (FAP). According to these requirements, any new airline can obtain permits to carry out international flights only after running for more than two years of flights on internal lines.

Russian transport Ministry reported that the already prepared a draft decree according to which the subsidiary airline can start international flights, not forth to the two years in the Russian Federation, in case the parent company already has the right to fly on international routes.

“Victory” has received air operator certificate in November 2014. The low-cost airline was established once belonged to Aeroflot low-cost airline “Dobrolet” hit the EU sanctions and was forced to cease operations.