May 28, 2021, Moscow. - Pobeda, a low-cost airline that is a part of the Aeroflot Group, has launched sales for direct flights to Rimini and Pisa from Moscow. Flights on both routes will resume on July 1 from Vnukovo International Airport and will operate weekly — on Sundays.
In the current summer season, Pobeda’s route network to Italy includes four destinations: Milan (Bergamo airport), Rome (Fiumicino airport), Rimini and Pisa. Pobeda will operate weekly flights to all destinations.
In addition, Pobeda operate flights from Moscow to Baden-Baden, Berlin, Cologne, Gyumri, Dubai and Larnaca.
Detailed information on possible restrictions is available on the official website pobeda.aero.
Pobeda Airlines, a part of Aeroflot Group, realizing the project of a classical low-cost airline. The company's operations is aimed at improving the air transport mobility of Russian citizens and transport availability of Russian regions.