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Sochi Airport’s Winter Schedule: Flights to 48 Domestic and 21 International Destinations

Sochi Airport’s winter schedule for the 2023-2024 season offers a diverse range of flight options. This schedule, in effect from October 29, 2023, to March 30, 2024, includes flights to 48 domestic and 21 international destinations.

Domestic Flights

Airlines and Destinations

A total of 27 carriers will operate flights from Sochi Airport, including seven international airlines: Fly One, Fly Arna, Armenian Airlines (all from Armenia), Belavia (Belarus), Uzbekistan Airways (Uzbekistan), AZAL (Azerbaijan), and Air Serbia (Serbia).

Sochi to Yerevan

For the second consecutive year, the route from Sochi to Yerevan will witness substantial passenger traffic. This route will be served by both Armenian airlines (Fly Arna, Fly One, and Armenian Airlines) and Russian carriers such as “Rossiya” (6 times a week), Red Wings (3 times a week), and Azimuth (2 times a week), resulting in over 10 weekly flights.

International Flights

Red Wings Expands to Tbilisi and Baku

Red Wings increases the frequency of flights to Tbilisi, Georgia, from 2 to 6 times a week. Additionally, they will commence flights to Baku, Azerbaijan, operating four times a week.

Uzbekistan Airways’ Routes

Uzbekistan Airways will continue its program of flights from Sochi to Tashkent (7 times a week) and Namangan (2 times a week) during the winter season.

Major Airlines and Regional Routes

Aeroflot Group

The Aeroflot Group, which includes airlines such as Aeroflot, Rossiya, and Pobeda, will continue international and regional flight programs from Sochi. International routes will cover seven destinations, including Istanbul (Turkey), Dubai (UAE), Yerevan (Armenia), Antalya (Turkey), Hurghada, and Sharm El Sheikh (both in Egypt), and Gyumri (Armenia).

Nordwind’s Regional Flights

Nordwind, the base carrier of Sochi Airport, will maintain regional routes to cities such as Nizhnekamsk, Kurgan, Kemerovo, Novokuznetsk, Novosibirsk, Perm, Cheboksary, Orenburg, and Ivanovo, among others.

Azimuth’s Network

Azimuth Airlines will operate regional flights to destinations like Mineralnye Vody (daily), Makhachkala (4 times a week), Pskov, Yaroslavl, Kaluga, Penza, Stavropol, and Saransk (2 times a week for each destination).

S7 Airlines’ Offerings

S7 Airlines will continue regional flights from Sochi to Novosibirsk (up to 4 flights daily), Irkutsk (4 times a week), and to Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport (up to 7 times a day).

Ural Airlines’ Routes

In late December, Ural Airlines will expand their route network, adding flights to Kazan, Ufa, Samara, Perm, and Nizhny Novgorod, alongside existing flights to Moscow and Yekaterinburg.

Expansion Plans

Sochi Airport aims to attract new carriers and open new flight routes, including destinations in the CIS countries (Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan), the Middle East (UAE, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait), and Asia (China, Thailand, Vietnam) in the near future.

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