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29 March 2021, 16:46

Ufa Airport switches to spring-summer flight schedule

Ufa Airport switches to the spring-summer flight schedule since March 28. According to the press service of the capital's air hub, it will be possible to fly from Ufa to Kaliningrad by Nordwind aircraft, which has planned two flights a week, and to Gelendzhik with the same frequency, by Utair aircraft.
Up to 28 flights a week from Ufa to Sochi will be operated by Red Wings, Royal Flight, Yamal, Utair, Nordwind, Rossiya, and Pobeda. Up to 13 flights a week are announced to Anapa and Simferopol. Flights to Anapa are planned by Utair, Pobeda, Nordstar, Nordwind airlines, and Simferopol by Red Wings, Nordwind, Alrosa, and Nordavia IrAero. The number of flights from Ufa to Mineralnye Vody and Krasnodar will increase from June. The Utair airline will start operating flights, and the airline also plans to fly to Grozny from the beginning of April.
The number of flights to Moscow and St. Petersburg will increase. During the spring-summer navigation from Ufa to Moscow, it will be possible to fly on Pobeda Airlines flights four times a day, S7 - four times a day. Utair plans three flights a day. One flight a day will be operated by Rossiya and Nordwind companies. Nordavia will join the Rossiya and Pobeda airlines already operating flights to St. Petersburg, and the number of flights in this direction will increase to 28 flights per week.
Twelve airlines applied for flights to 15 international destinations from Ufa, including Tunisia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Uzbekistan, and Cyprus.
"Flights in these directions will depend on the opening of interstate borders," the capital's airport reports. "Now flights to Yerevan (Armenia), Bishkek and Osh (Kyrgyzstan), Dubai (United Arab Emirates), Antalya, and Istanbul (Turkey) are operated from the Ufa Airport".
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