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Atlas Global Will Operate Istanbul-Moscow Flights
25.07.2017 00:58
Atlas Global Will Operate Istanbul-Moscow Flights

Turkish airline Atlas Global, as a result of negotiations between Russian and Turkish air authorities, has been authorized to operate scheduled flights on the route Istanbul-Moscow. As reported by Rosaviatsiya, Atlas Global is determined as the third designated air carrier on this route. The company will be able to perform up to 7 flights a week.

      Currently, Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airline are the designated carriers for regular flights on the Moscow-Istanbul route, from the Russian side - Aeroflot and its subsidiary Pobeda. The first three perform daily flights, Pobeda has received the appropriate admission recently and plans to open ticket sales not earlier than in August.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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