“Victory” plans to expand the use of the scheme “plane-bus” on international flights

MOSCOW, November 12. Low-cost carrier “Pobeda” (enters into group “Aeroflot”) intends to replicate the intermodal scheme “aircraft bus” to new international destinations, as in the case of the route Moscow-Vienna (by plane to Bratislava and a bus to Vienna). About this reported the press Secretary of airline “Victory” Elena Selivanova.

“With the opening of sales of tickets to Bratislava and Vienna (the first international routes – approx. edition) has already sold 5 thousand tickets. And ticket sold no less than in Bratislava, despite the fact that in this Austrian city from Bratislava airport need to get on the bus. Given the attractive price of the ticket, we plan to continue to open new international routes using the scheme “aircraft bus” . At least two new international destinations we will have until the end of the year. And maybe one of them will be using buses,” she said.

“Victory” has opened on Thursday the sale of tickets for flights abroad. The first foreign destinations for “Victory” are the capital of Bratislava and Vienna. Flights to Bratislava will be operated from Moscow since December 19 on a daily basis. The minimum cost of one way ticket is 999 rubles including all taxes and fees. Those who wish to go to Vienna can purchase a single ticket Fly&Bus.

At the Bratislava airport passengers will be met by a special comfortable bus that takes them to the main train station of Vienna. The cost of the tickets subject to the transfer will be a minimum of 1500 rubles. For flights from Yekaterinburg, Kirov, Nizhnevartovsk, Perm, Samara, Tyumen and Surgut stipulated to the dock in Moscow.

Earlier, the interdepartmental Commission to issue permits for performance of international flights while the Ministry of transport of the Russian Federation approved the provisional admission of the loukoster “Victory” on seven international routes. From Moscow to Bratislava (Slovakia), Dresden (Germany), Cologne (Germany), Bergamo (Italy), Salzburg (Austria), Chambery (France), Verona (Italy).

The airline “Victory” began selling tickets in November 2014. By the end of 2015 is expected to transport about 3 million passengers. By 2018, the fleet should consist of about 40 aircraft and transportation will reach 10 million people a year, which will allow the company to enter the top five largest Russian airlines. Now in the Park of the carrier 12 Boeing 737-800 aircraft.