UTair Aviation (Russia) (Khanty-Mansiyak) on May 23 launched the first of two new routes between Moscow and the cities of Nyagan and Beloyarskiy in the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug.
Flights between Moscow and Nyagan started on May 23 and will be operated on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with Bombardier CRJ200 regional jets. Departures from Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow will be at 1040 and departures from Nyagan Airport are scheduled for 1620, all times local.
A weekly flight between Moscow and Beloyarskiy is set to start on June 1 and will be performed on Saturdays with Yak-42 aircraft. Departures from Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow will be at 1030 and departures from Beloyarskiy Airport are scheduled for 1705, all times local.
In other news, UTair and Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services Company, Limited have signed an agreement to support and maintain UTair’s new fleet of eight Boeing 767-200 ER aircraft. The new type will be introduced in July.
Copyright Photo: UTair. UTair’s operation at Moscow (Vnukovo) (below).