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Pobeda Will Fly To Memmingem
3.03.2016 07:49
Pobeda Will Fly To Memmingem

Low-cost airline "Pobeda" will start to fly from Moscow to Memmingen (Memmingen-Allgäu airport, Germany) from March 3, 2016 with the possibility of a transfer to Munich or Zurich.

      The flights will be operated daily. For passengers there is an opportunity to get directly to Munich city center (about an hour) or Zurich (2.5 hours) on a special transfer from the Allgäu Airport Memmingen with a single ticket Fly&Bus.

      The airlines say that the service of a single ticket Fly&Bus, unique for the Russian aviation market, will allow "Pobeda" to develop an international flight network, choosing the least busiest airport with the organization of a special shuttle for its passengers in major cities.

      The service is already available on the route Moscow - Vienna (via Bratislava airport), Moscow - Milan (via Bergamo airport), Moscow - Dusseldorf (through Cologne Airport), Moscow - Leverkusen (through Cologne Airport).


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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