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Zhukovsky - Baku Flights Will Be Launched In July
4.07.2017 10:55
Zhukovsky - Baku Flights Will Be Launched In July

Pegas Fly will open flights from the Moscow-based Zhukovsky airport to Baku, the airport's website says. The declared start date of flights is July 27.

      Airport "Zhukovsky" was opened in May 2016, the first flight was operated in September. For today, Russian Pegas Fly and Ural Airlines, Kyrgyz Air Manas and Avia Traffic Company, Belavia, as well as Turkish Onur Air and SunExpess are serviced at the airport. 

      In 2016, "Zhukovsky" served about 53 thousand people against the management forecast of 350-400 thousand people. In 2017, the airport management expects to increase passenger traffic to 1.5 million people.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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