Pobeda to add new routes to western Europe

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Pobeda (Moscow-Vnukovo) is spreading its wings westward with new routes. The airline has announced it will start flying from St. Petersburg to Pisa from February 18, 2018 twice a week.

The subsidiary of Aeroflot will also fly thrice-weekly from Moscow (Vnukovo) to Venice also starting on February 21, 2018.

The company has also announced it will fly from Moscow Vnukovo) to Karlovy Vary from February 17, 2018 twice a week.

Previously the airline added a daily flight on December 20, 2017 to Bergamo (near Milan).

Pobeda is a part of Aeroflot Group and operates on a classic low-cost carrier (LCC) model. The main goal of the company is to increase the mobility of the population and accessibility of transport between regions of the Russian Federation. Pobeda operates the youngest fleet in Russia.The average age of Pobeda aircraft’s is just several months. Company’s fleet is formed by modern Boeing 737-800 Next-Generation (NG) which are delivered directly from the plant.

By 2018 it is planning to increase fleet up to 40 units. It is expected that by this time the company will carry over 10 million passengers. It will help the company to become one of Russia’s five largest airlines. The company’s route network will encompass 45 domestic and international destinations.

The first aircraft took to the skies on December 1, 2014.

Top Copyright Photo (All others by Pobeda): Pobeda Pobeda Boeing 737-8LJ WL VQ-BWH (msn 41206) BFI (Steve Bailey). Image: 926604.(Steve Bailey). Image: 926604.

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