June 25, Moscow. — Pobeda, a low-cost airline that is a part of the Aeroflot Group, resumes flights to Bodrum and Dalaman from Moscow (Vnukovo airport) since August 1.
Flights to Bodrum will operate three times a week, to Dalaman — four times. Sales are already launched at pobeda.aero.
Earlier Pobeda has launched sales for flights to two airports in Antalya — Antalya and Gazipasa. The airline will resume flights to these destinations from Moscow since July 1.
Detailed information about possible restrictions is available at 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.