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Rossiya Airlines Flies From St. Petersburg To Turkey
17.08.2016 10:09
Rossiya Airlines Flies From St. Petersburg To Turkey

Since the 7th of August Rossiya Airlines resumes its regular flights from St. Petersburg to Turkey. "This decision has been made due to lifting the temporary ban previously imposed by the Federal Air Transport Agency on entering the country by the Russian citizens.

      The first regular flight FV 5863 airline will be performed on August 7 by Boeing 737-800 aircraft departing from the Pulkovo airport at 04:30 MSK. The return flight (FV 5864) from Antalya airport is scheduled at 9:50 MSK",- the collocutor reported to the agency. The flights from Saint Petersburg to Antalya will be operated on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, the collocutor said. At the present time, the Rossiya Airlines carries out regular flights to Antalya from Moscow. 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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