Ural Airlines launches Yekaterinburg-Krasnoyarsk-Yekaterinburg flight

Ural Airlines is introducing a new Yekaterinburg-Krasnoyarsk-Yekaterinburg flight. The carrier’s CEO Sergey Skuratov mentioned the airline’s plans to expand into Siberia and the Far East as early as the fall of 2008; in fact, creating a wider destination network is an important component of the airline’s development strategy for the next five years.

Having built up on the number of aircraft, Ural Airlines is expected to win its market niche on Western Siberia and Amur Region’s civil aviation markets as well as to move on to China and launch new flights to South-East Asia (after a long haul liner has been bought by the company).

The flights will be operated according to the timetable below:

U6 247 Krasnoyarsk-Yekaterinburg is operated on Thursdays; the plane takes off in Yekaterinburg at 1 PM and arrives at Emelyanovo Airport of Krasnoyarsk at 2 PM.

U246 Yekaterinburg-Krasnoyarsk is operated on Sundays; the plane leaves Krasnoyarsk at 11.30 PM and arrives in Yekaterinburg at 4.15 AM. The flights, operated on Airbus A 320 aircraft, last for about three hours each.

The cheapest return tickets are available at 13,240 RUR (fuel fee not included).


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