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Yakutia Airlines Connect Moscow And Dresden
7.11.2012 16:06
Yakutia Airlines Connect Moscow And Dresden

November 7 will see a presentation of a new route Moscow-Dresden served by Yakutia Airlines. The flights connect Moscow Vnukovo Airport and Dresden International. The route is presented in Dresden to an audience of Russian and German officials and a host of mass media from both countries.

      The route is consolidated by Darim Vam Mir (DVM) tour company that serves such destinations, as Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, Israel, and Austria. A perfect geolocation of Dresden and its many tourist attractions allowed DVM to develop many tourist programmes in Saxony and adjacent regions and countries. 

      Yakutia Airlines has 3 bases in Russia, in Moscow, Krasnodar, and Yakutsk. A Boeing 737-700 will fly to Dresden International from Moscow Vnukovo on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. 

      Further information is available at the airlines' website: www.yakutia.aero.


Sources: http://www.ysia.ru 

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Russia-Germany Moscow Vnukovo   

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