Pobeda commences operations on the Moscow-Volgograd route

Pobeda 737-400 (14)(Flt)(Aeroflot)(LR)

Pobeda (Moscow-Vnukovo), the low-cost carrier of Aeroflot, operated its first revenue flight on December 1 on the Moscow (Vnukovo)-Volgograd route with Boeing 737-800s.

Pobeda will provide daily flights on the route from Vnukovo Airport, Terminal A in accordance with the following schedule:

DP 181 leaves Moscow at 10:50 and arrives in Volgograd at 12:40;

DP 182 leaves Volgograd at 13:20 and arrives in Moscow at 15:05.

Pobeda means “Victory” in the Russian language. The new airline replaces the grounded Dobrolet (2nd).

Images: Aeroflot.

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