Low-cost airline Pobeda, a member of Aeroflot Group, in the summer schedule of 2021 increased the number of regional flights by 78.3% compared to summer 2020 and more than doubled compared to summer 2019.
The frequency of flights to Sochi from Russian regions has been doubled in almost all directions: two additional flights a week will be carried out to Sochi from Novosibirsk, Kaliningrad, and Kirov; three each from Krasnoyarsk and Chelyabinsk; one additional flight per week is planned from Tyumen and Cheboksary.
The number of summer flights to Anapa increased by 12% compared to last year’s summer season and by 43% compared to the 2019 summer season. So, in the summer of 2021, Pobeda will fly to Anapa from Krasnoyarsk and Chelyabinsk – these flights were not on the 2019 summer schedule. The frequency of flights to Anapa and from St. Petersburg will significantly increase – by two flights a week. The program of flights to Krasnodar continues to grow: in particular, a daily flight is planned from Kazan.
The summer schedule will include new flights to international destinations. Thus, flights to Istanbul from Yekaterinburg and Mineralnye Vody are opened, and flights from Ufa, Mineralnye Vody, Perm, and Yekaterinburg to Antalya.
Approximately 40% of Pobeda’s entire route network is made up of regional flights operated without landing in Moscow. About 33% of the 2021 regional flight maps are unique destinations that are not operated by other Russian airlines.