The company “VIM AVIA” stopped flights on route Vladivostok-Moscow

The company “VIM AVIA” stopped flights on route Vladivostok-Moscow


VLADIVOSTOK, January 14. /Corr. Marina Shatilova/. The company “VIM AVIA” stopped flights on route Vladivostok-Moscow only a month and a half after the discovery of flight. The next flight the company, which was going from the capital of Primorye to Moscow (Domodedovo) on the morning of January 16 already been eliminated from the schedule of Vladivostok International airport, reports the website of the company.

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A source at the representative office in Khabarovsk told the TASS correspondent that the reason for cancellation of flights was a drop in demand for flights to the capital in winter time.

On the official website of “VIM AVIA” while there are no reports on the termination of flights on the route Vladivostok-Moscow.

Company VIM AVIA launched flights on the route Vladivostok-Moscow (Domodedovo) since December 2. The flights were performed by Boeing 757-200 capacity for 220 passengers three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from Vladivostok, from Moscow – on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The cost of the trip ranged from 23 to 170 rubles.

“VIM AVIA” UTair along with replaced the popular far East route “Transaero”, which carried out flights from Moscow to Vladivostok on a daily basis. After her departure, on the route of 2-3 flights a day served only “Aeroflot”.

November 16 with flights on the route “Moscow (Vnukovo) – Vladivostok” also serves as the company UTair Boeing 767-200 with a capacity of 249 seats.