Pobeda Airline resumes flights from Sheremetyevo Airport

Pobeda Airline resumes flights from Sheremetyevo Airport

The low-cost airline Pobeda (part of the Aeroflot Group) has started operating flights from Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport since October 30, 2022. This is reported by the press service of the air harbor.

The first flight of Pobeda from Sheremetyevo Airport took place on October 30 on the route Moscow – Vladikavkaz. Flights to Cheboksary, Makhachkala, Sochi and Ufa also started on October 30.

From November 3, the flight program will expand, and the low–cost airline will start flying to Nalchik, Kazan, Yekaterinburg and Perm, from November 4 - to Kirov, Astrakhan and Chelyabinsk.

From November 6, flights to Mineralnye Vody will be added, from November 10 – to Magas, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Nizhnekamsk, Volgograd.

Flights to Kaliningrad, Tomsk, Barnaul, Krasnoyarsk, Stavropol and Murmansk will begin on November 17.

Pobeda Airlines' customer service will be provided at check-in counters No. 365-374 in Terminal C. The low-cost airline's customers will also have access to self-baggage drop-off counters. Pre-flight inspection and boarding of airline flights will be carried out in Terminal B. Terminals B and C, the Aeroexpress railway station and two multi-level parking lots make up a single Northern Terminal Complex.

For Pobeda Airline customers, Sheremetyevo Airport has placed additional navigation on the forecourt, in parking lots, terminals, and the necessary information is also displayed on monitors and scoreboards. Intuitive navigation of the terminal complex allows customers to move comfortably and calculate the route time, starting from the parking lot and railway station and ending with the boarding gate.

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