Monday, May 2, 2016

Pobeda to launch Tivat service

Russian low cost airline Pobeda will launch seasonal summer flights from its hub at Moscow's Vnukovo Airport to Tivat next month. The service will operate once per week, each Saturday starting June 11, with a Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Pobeda enters a crowded market with Aeroflot, Kolavia, Nordstar Airlines, Red Wings Airlines, S7 Airlines, Ural Airlines and Yamal Airlines all flying between the Russian capital and Tivat. Tivat Airport's General Manager, Jovan Mačić, estimates that passengers growth this year will amount to 15%. As a result, the airport should handle over one million passengers within a single year, the first time it has done so. Further flight details for the new Moscow - Tivat service can be found here.

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