Russia’s New Airport Opens Today

Gagarin International Airport

Russia’s new Gagarin International Airport (GSV) in Saratov welcomed its first flight on August 18, when a Pobeda Airlines jet touched down carrying politicians and VIPs from Moscow.

Gagarin replaces the Russian city’s older Tsentralny airport. The new airport’s live arrivals information indicates that carriers including S7 Airlines, Nordwind, Pegas Fly and Utair are all scheduled to fly to Gagarin Airport.

Regularly scheduled flights to Gagarin International Airport (GSV) are expected to begin service on August 20th, 2019.

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