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7 апреля 2015
Subsidized flights to Omsk and Yekaterinburg by NordStar airlines
April 21, 2015, NordStar airlines, the partner of NOVOSIBIRSK International Airport, commenced scheduled flight operations on Novosibirsk – Omsk – Yekaterinburg – Omsk – Novosibirsk route. Flights are operated three times per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays on ATR-42-500 aircraft in 46 seats configuration.
Flight 67 departs from Novosibirsk at 14:25, return Flight 68 departs from Yekaterinburg at 18:50, from Omsk at 22:45. Local time applies.
The flights are operated under the government subsidy program for regional routes.
Earlier the airline started subsidized operations from Novosibirsk to Strezhevoy (three times per week) and Kyzyl (three times per week).
NOVOSIBIRSK International Airport is the largest air hub in Russia east of the Urals on major transit routes between Europe and Asia. The capacity of domestic terminal makes up to 1,800 passengers per hour, while the international terminal capacity – up to 750 passengers per hour. The airport has two runways of ICAO I and II Categories.In 2014 the passenger traffic exceeded 3.9mln passengers and cargo traffic totalled 28.6 thousand tons of cargo and mail handled.
NordStar Airlines (OJSC Taimyr Air Company) belongs to MMC Norilsk Nickel and based at Domodedovo airport (Moscow) and Emelyanovo airport (Krasnoyarsk). Route network of the airline includes 35 cities such as Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Norilsk, Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Yekaterinburg, Vladivostok, Sochi and others. The airlines has wide regional route network within Krasnoyarsk region and also operates international flights to Beijing, Khujand, Yerevan, Dushanbe and Baku. The airline’s fleet comprises nine Boeing 737-300 and five ATR 42-500 aircraft.