"Nordavia" has refused from allowances for flights to Israel and Cyprus from "Zhukovsky"
“Airline "Nordavia" has refused from allowances to carry out regular flights from Moscow airport "Zhukovsky" to Tel Aviv and Larnaca”, - reported the Federal Air Transport Agency on Thursday. Both allowances "Nordavia" received in August last year. At the same time representative of the company said, that the application was made "for a much larger number of directions" from Zhukovsky in order to form a complete route network from this airport, but the applications were not agreed by the Federal Air Transport Agency. The Moscow airport "Zhukovsky" was opened in May 2016 and performed its first flight in September. At present, the airport is serving five carriers: Russian Yamal, Pegas Fly and Ural Airlines, as well as Air Manas (Kyrgyzstan) and "Belavia" (Belarus).