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"Pobeda" Will Fly To Turkey
12.03.2017 22:52


Pobeda airline opens regular flights from Moscow to the Turkish resort city of Alanya since April 21.

      Flights will be carried out three times a week: on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Departure will be from "Vnukovo" at 7:10, arriving in Alanya at 10:55. Return flight will depart at 11:30 and arrive in Moscow at 15:05.

      Currently, there is no regular air service between Moscow and Alanya. The aviation authorities of Russia and Turkey agreed to include the route in an intergovernmental agreement at the end of last year.

      Alanya Gazipasa Airport is located 37 km from the center of Alanya. The airport operates flights from Istanbul, Ankara, Copenhagen, Oslo, and also charter flights in summer from a number of European cities. The distance from Alanya to Antalya is about 135 km, the way by taxi takes about 2 hours.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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