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The FlyDubai Airline Will Start Operating Flights From Dubai to Makhachkala And Voronezh
26.07.2017 00:28
The FlyDubai Airline Will Start Operating Flights From Dubai to Makhachkala And Voronezh

The flyDubai airline will start operating flights from Dubai to Makhachkala and Voronezh from the upcoming winter. Besides, they will resume flights to Ufa, the carrier's press service reported.

      Flights from Dubai to Makhachkala and Voronezh will be performed twice a week from October 31, 2017 and October 29, 2017, respectively. The airline will resume flights to Ufa on October 31, 2017 with a frequency of three times a week. FlyDubai will be the only carrier from the UAE, carrying out direct flights on these routes.

      After the opening of flights, the airline will increase the presence in Russia to ten cities. In addition to new directions, the flyDubai network in Russia includes Yekaterinburg, Kazan, Krasnodar, Mineralnye Vody, Moscow, Rostov-on-Don and Samara.

      "The number of air flights between Russia and Dubai has increased this year due to the simplification of the visa regime.Today, Russian citizens can automatically receive a free visa upon arrival in the UAE for a period of 30 days.The new rules contributed to the growth of passenger traffic from Russia to Dubai by 140% in just one month after their entry into force in February 2017, according to the Dubai Department of Tourism and Commercial Marketing," the report said.

      FlyDubai operates flights from Dubai to more than 90 destinations in 44 countries, including Male (Maldives), Colombo (Sri Lanka) and Kathmandu (Nepal), popular among Russian tourists.

A visit to Makhachkala, Dagestan capital, is an excellent starting point of a trip around Dagestan Republic. The city is located on the western coast of the Caspian Sea, at the bottom of Mt Tarkitau, 2166km to the southeast of Moscow. The city was founded in 1844 as a Russian defense fortress that was called Andji-Kala (Flour Fortress) by the locals. In 1857 the settlement got the status of a city and the name of Petrovsk- Port. According to the legend, Peter the Great stayed here with his army during his Persian campaign in 1722. The city acquired the name of Petrovsk in memory of this event. In 1921 the city became the capital of the Dagestan Republic and was renamed to Makhachkala after Magomed-Ali Dakhadaev (Makhacha), one of the active fighters for Soviet power in Dagetsan. 'Makhach' – is a short variant of his first name Magomed, and ‘kala’ means city or fortress. Expositions of the State Museum of History and Architecture and the Fine Arts Museum of Makhachkala tell about the history, nature, economy and culture of the region from the earliest timed to present days. At nowadays, Makhachkala is a popular seaside balneotherapeutic health resort.


The city of Voronezh has been famous with talented people since very old times. Among them there are literary men, musicians, actors, painters, graphic artists, sculptors, craftsmen and art photographers. It was the birthplace of two peasant poets, who wrote some of the finest examples of Russian poetry — A. V. Koltsov (1809-1842) and I. S. Nikitin (1824-1861). There are several literary museums in Voronezh, including Nikitin House-Museum and monument to Koltsov. Voronezh is considered to be the native land of Russian regular navy fleet and Soviet paratroops. It was in Voronezh were the world’s first serial production of supersonic airplane Tu-144 and the first Soviet wide-body aircraft Il-86 was approved. Voronezh has a number of theatres, such as A. V.Koltsov Voronezh Academic Drama Theater, Voronezh State Opera and Ballet Theater, Voronezh State Young Spectator’s Theater, Voronezh Chamber Theater and the Voronezh Puppet Theater. There is also a Stationary Circus opened in 1882 there. There are a great many museums in the city, among them the Regional Museum of Local Lore, A.L.Durov's House Museum, the Museum of Fire-Fighting, S.A.Yesenin's Public Museum, the Museum of Theatre Puppet, I.N.Kramsky Regional Art Museum, I.S.Nikitin Regional Literary Museum, History and Archeology Museum, etc.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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