Planes will fly from Bratislava to Moscow every day

At the same time, Pobeda airlines launched the sale of plane tickets for the summer season.

Pobeda launched flights between Bratislava and Moscow in December 2015.Pobeda launched flights between Bratislava and Moscow in December 2015. (Source: TASR)

Russian low-cost airline Pobeda has launched the sale of plane tickets from Bratislava to Moscow for the 2019 summer season.

“With such a step, the carrier, providing regular direct flights from Bratislava to Moscow-Vnukovo and back, has confirmed that it will also secure regular daily flights between the two capitals during the spring and autumn, and flights three times a week during the summer,” said Veronika Ševčíková, spokesperson for Bratislava airport, as quoted in a press release.

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As a result, there will be daily flights to Moscow from March 31, 2019. The daily flights will also operate in April and May and between mid-September and the end of October. Between mid-June and mid-September, Pobeda will operate three regular flights: on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, Ševčíková specified.

The plane tickets can be bought for €35 one-way and €70 for return tickets.

Moscow was the 3rd most utilised flight from Bratislava and back in 2018, Ševčíková informed.

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