Ural Airlines offers domestic summer flights

16 June 2010 (09:34)

Ural Airlines has finalized its summertime timetable on the flights from Yekaterinburg to the popular holiday destinations in Russia and the CIS. For one, the summer flight to Simferopol has been operated since the beginning of June 2010. For three months, the flight will be operated on an A320 airplane three times a week, that is, every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday.

In addition, the airline is planning to offer its customers a number of flights to the south of Russia:

Yekaterinburg-Sochi flight will be operated daily throughout the entire summer and until early fall;

Yekaterinburg-Anapa flight will be operated five times a week throughout the month of June and six times a week in July and August;

Yekaterinburg-Mineralniye Vody flight will be operated twice a week;

Yekaterinburg-Krasnodar flight will be operated twice a week;

Moscow-Gelendzik flight will be operated three times a week.

What is more, the carrier will be operating plenty of flights from Yekaterinburg to the CIS capitals: Baku, Yerevan, Tashkent, and Dushanbe.

‘The number of travelers who come on holiday to the former Soviet republics without using a travel agent’s help is growing all the time. Most of them want to visit the near abroad because they have already spent enough vacations in Europe, along the standard tourist routes. However, once they stop for the night in the middle of a desert, they are often surprised to find some company around: some agent-coordinated tours have been enjoying great popularity with European customers for a long time,’ Ural Airlines reports.

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