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Russia opens flights to four new countries
A decision was made to resume international flights from September 21 to Kazakhstan (Nur-Sultan), Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek) and Belarus (Minsk), and from September 27 - to South Korea (Seoul).
More low-cost flights to Italy to be opened from St. Petersburg
Wizz Air, which was the first foreign carrier to open its operating base in Russia, is expanding its presence at St. Petersburg's Pulkovo airport.
Five new flights to Europe will be launched from St. Petersburg in the autumn
Wizz Air has announced its first Russian base in Saint Petersburg. From September, one Airbus A320 aircraft will be based at Pulkovo Airport. Along with the establishment of the new base, Wizz Air announced five new routes to five countries from Saint Petersburg starting from September 18th.
Wizz Air will launch flights to St. Petersburg from Bratislava, Vilnius, Bucharest and Sofia
Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air plans to launch new flights from St. Petersburg Pulkovo airport in 2020.
The first October e-visa results
The new easy and cost-effective e-visa system was launched on 1 October (the same day Wizz air company began its service between London Luton and Pulkovo Airport). The e-visa is valid for travel to St Petersburg and the nearby Leningrad region. Passengers can apply for the visa online up to four days before their trip, with the visa valid for 30 days from issue, for a stay of up to eight days. There is no consular fee applicable to obtain the e-visa.
Wizz Air takes off for Russia from London Luton Airport
Wizz Air has launched two routes from its London Luton base to the Russian cities of Moscow and St Petersburg.
Wizz Air starts operation in Russia
Wizz Air UK announced two news services from its London Luton base to Moscow’s Vnukovo International Airport and Pulkovo Airport in St Petersburg. Flights on the Moscow route will launch on 1 October 2019 and operate daily. The St Petersburg route, on which Wizz Air UK will be the sole British operating carrier, will also launch on 1 October 2019 and operate daily. Fares on both routes start from just £25.99 (One way including all taxes and non-optional charges). This is the first time that Wizz Air will connect its low-fare UK network with Russia’s two largest and most vibrant cities.