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20 сентября 2013
From Novosibirsk to Moscow on wide-body aircraft
Transaero Airlines, the partner of NOVOSIBIRSK International Airport, enhanced its frequency of regular flights to Moscow operated on wide-body aircraft.
Besides narrow-body Boeing 737 aircraft of various modifications, Novosibirsk – Moscow (Vnukovo) – Novosibirsk daily flight 107/108 will be also performed on wide-body Boeing 747-400,767-300 and 777 aircraft within summer schedule. Furthermore, daily flight 127/128 from Novosibirsk to Moscow (Domodedovo) will be performed on Boeing 777 by Transaero airlines on specific dates.
Using wide-body aircraft within the summer traffic program will satisfy strong demand for air transportation services on the Moscow direction. As of today, NOVOSIBIRSK International Airport is certified for providing handling services of all aircraft types, including wide-body, and has all the necessary infrastructure for their maintenance.
You can purchase air tickets on websites of NOVOSIBIRSK International Airport (www.tolmachevo.ru) and Transaero Airlines (www.transaero.ru) as well as in all ticket offices of your city. For further information, please contact us at 8 (383) 216-97-50, 216-97-51 (booking) or 216-98-41 (information service).
NOVOSIBIRSK International Airport is the largest air hub in Russia east of the Urals on major transit routes between Europe and Asia. The domestic airline capacity makes up 1,800 passengers per hour, on international flights – 750 passengers per hour. The airport has two runways. In2013 it expects to serve over3.7 million passengers.
Transaero Airlines is the second largest airline in Russia. The company ranks among 15 safest airlines in the world and the top five safest air carriers in Europe. Its fleet comprises Boeing 737, Boeing 747, Boeing 767, Boeing 777 and Tu-214. The airline has the largest fleet of long haul wide-body aircraft in Russia, CIS and East Europe.