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UTair Will Fly From Moscow To Heraklion
30.06.2017 00:28
UTair Will Fly From Moscow To Heraklion

UTair Airlines launched a new international flight - Moscow-Heraklion (Greece), the carrier said. Flights are performed within the summer schedule on Thursdays and Sundays on Boeing 737-500.

      "This direction (Crete) was chosen not by chance - in 2016 more than 300 thousand tourists from Russia visited it, and we expect that this year this number will grow," - said the president of UTair Passenger Airlines Alexei Budnik. In addition, in the summer schedule of the airline there are flights from Moscow to another Greek city - Thessaloniki.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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