The new routes will be performed to Tel Aviv, Istanbul and Antalya from the airport "Zhukovsky" in spring 2017
“The first flights to far abroad countries will have fulfilled from Moscow airport Zhukovsky in spring 2017. Tel Aviv, Istanbul and Antalya will be the first destinations among abroad routs”, - reported the newspaper "Izvestia" on Friday.
"We will fly not only to CIS countries, but also to Europe and Asia. In January and February we will collect all the information and from March will achieve the more serious level. For this we will gradually add new directions - Baku, Tel Aviv, Istanbul. The flights to Antalya, I think, will be performed from April - May", - said the first deputy general director of the company "Ramport" (founder of the airport in Zhukovsky) Evgeni Solodilin.
According to him, the airline Pegasus intends to launch seven flights a week to Istanbul and Antalya. The airport is also working with companies "Ural Airlines", "Yamal", "VIM-Avia" and "Icarus".
E.Solodilin noted that in the next year "Ramport" intends to actively develop the infrastructure of "Zhukovsky". "We plan to begin the design of the second terminal, additional places for aircraft and automobiles parking are planned for construction" - he added.
According to the company's plans, the passenger traffic in 2017 should amount 2 million people, in 2018 - 3.5 million.
Yury Mishchenko, graduated from Moscow Institute of Foreign Languages, has more than 15 years experience in tourism and travel. Working both in tour operator company as destination manager, and in travel agency as sales manager, he is focused on analysis of Russian tour operators’ daily routine. Recently, Yury works in Baginet Marketing and Sales Agency.