Ministry of Transport has allowed "Pobeda" airline to fly to Spanish, but refused to fly to Bulgaria
‘The Interdepartmental Commission of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation allowed “Pobeda” airline to perform regular flights from Moscow to Spanish city – Reus”, - according to the materials, published by Rosaviatsia.
The carrier can fly in this direction up to four times a week.
However, the commission refused "Pobeda" to carry out flights to Bulgarian Burgas and Varna, where the company wanted to fly up to 7 times a week.
The approvals for charter flights to Burgas and Varna in the summer season were received by “Rossiya” airline, both from Moscow and from St. Petersburg up to 7 times a week. Also, "Rossia" is admitted to perform charter flights with the same frequency from Moscow and St. Petersburg to Barcelona.