Tour operators are launching charters to Turkey and Zanzibar from regions
The government recently opened four more Russian airports for international flights - Samara, Krasnoyarsk, Grozny and Vladivostok.
Leading federal tour operators continue to expand their flight programs as the number of cities has been restored for abroad flights. So, the flights to Turkey from Samara and Krasnoyarsk have been added, new flights to Zanzibar from the regions of the Russian Federation will appear soon.
Coral Travel has expanded its flight program to Turkey with flights from Samara. The flights are operated to Antalya 4 times a week on Royal Flight boards. The flight program is planned as a year-round one.
Coral Travel now flies to Antalya from Arkhangelsk, Chelyabinsk, Kaliningrad, Kazan, St. Petersburg, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Perm, Rostov-on-Don, Yekaterinburg and Ufa. From St. Petersburg the tour operator also flies to Dalaman and from Kazan - to Bodrum.
Anex Tour has launched a charter flight program on the boards of its partner Azur Air to Turkey from two new cities in Russia.
Pegas Touristik is launching a flight program from Samara to Antalya. The flights of Nordwind airline will operate from October 11 on odd days. The end date of the flight program is November 21.
Tui Russia has also announced its new flight program from Samara to Antalya, which is based on the flights of Ural Airlines.
In addition, according to sources, tour operators Anex Tour and Intourist are expanding their joint flight program to Zanzibar. This time, Azur Air charters from the regions will be offered. So, starting from November, the charter flights to Stone Town (Zanzibar, Tanzania) from St. Petersburg, Kazan and Rostov-on-Don will be available for tourists.