Ministry of Transport allowed airline "Pobeda" to fly to Alanya, but refused for flights to Rome
“Interdepartmental Commission at the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation issued permission to "Pobeda" airline for regular flights from Moscow to the Turkish resort Alanya”, - it was reported on the Federal Air Transport Agency website on Wednesday. The carrier will fly to Alanya airport "Gazipasa" up to seven times a week. Currently, the regular flights between Moscow and Alanya are absent. "Pobeda" has also received approval for flights from St. Petersburg to Batumi - up to three times a week. “But the commission refused to issue a permission to "Pobeda" for flights to the "Champino" airport (in 15 km south-east of the center of Rome)”, - according to the materials.