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Pobeda Will Fly From Moscow to St. Petersburg
19.07.2017 18:23
Pobeda Will Fly From Moscow to St. Petersburg

Pobeda airline will start flights from Moscow to St. Petersburg since October 29, 2017 with the beginning of its new winter schedule.

      As it follows from the airline booking system, flights will be operated daily. Departures from Moscow (Vnukovo airport) at 11:10, arrival in St. Petersburg at 12:35. The return departure at 21:05, arrival in Moscow at 22:30.

      The one-way minimum tariff is 999 rubles, excluding hand luggage fees, sit selection, charge for payment, etc. Recall that the ticket price includes baggage allowance up to 10 kg, and in the cabin of the aircraft you can take only personal belongings from the list of Federal Aviation Regulations (FAP).




Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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