The airline company "Pobeda" has received approval for flights from Moscow to Armenia
“The airline company "Pobeda" has received approval for flights from Moscow to Gyumri - the second largest city of Armenia”, - according to the data of the Federal Air Transport Agency.
The approval is issued on flights seven times a week. Earlier, "Pobeda" has received approval for flights from Rostov-on-Don to Yerevan.
“Also, since November 16 the carrier will perform the regular flights from Samara airport "Kurumoch" (the part of the "Airports of Regions” holding) to Alma-Ata”, - said in the press service of the airport to "Interfax". The daily scheduled flights to Alma-Ata returns after a one-year pause, earlier “Air Astana” ceased the flights on this route.
"Pobeda" is low-cost carrier of "Aeroflot" group. The flights are performed by 12 Boeing-737-800 aircraft to 58 destinations, including 8 international (as well through Fly & Bus service).