Flights from Moscow to Bratislava will be operated from Vnukovo international airport daily. For those wishing to go to Vienna, the airline offers to buy a single ticket Fly&Bus.
MOSCOW, 19 Dec. The international airport “Vnukovo” and low-budget airline “Victory” (subsidiary of “Aeroflot”) began implementing the first international flights to Bratislava (Slovakia) and Vienna (Austria), reported on the website of the airport.
“Victory” was planned to begin international flights in the winter schedule of 2015, reported earlier, a source in the airline. He noted that the airline covers the flights to CIS countries, Balkan region, Germany and Italy. The General Director of “Aeroflot” Vitaly Saveliev said that the “parent” company plans to use “Victory” on international routes within 2.5 hours of the flight.
“International airport “Vnukovo” and low-budget airline “Victory” open a new air bridge to Europe. The first international destination of the airline was Slovakia (Bratislava) with the option of purchasing a single ticket Fly&Bus to Austria (Vienna)”, — stated in the message on the website.
Flights from Moscow to Bratislava will be operated from Vnukovo international airport daily. For those wishing to go to Vienna, the airline offers to buy a single ticket Fly&Bus. At the airport of Bratislava’s low-cost carrier passengers will meet the Shuttle bus that takes them to the main train station of Vienna.
The flights are operated on Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
Clarifies that, for flights from Yekaterinburg, Kirov, Nizhnevartovsk, Perm, Samara, Surgut and Tyumen there will be convenient connections in Moscow. So, inhabitants of regions of Russia will also be able to go abroad flights “Victory”.
“Victory” was founded on September 16 2014 instead fell under the EU sanctions “Dobrolet”. The first flight loukoster completed December 1, 2014 in Volgograd from the Moscow airport “Vnukovo”. By 2018, the carrier’s fleet will consist of nearly 40 aircraft. As of June 25, “Win” operates 12 Boeing 737-800 NG (in the layout to 189 passengers).