S7’s New Summer Timetable Features New Code-Sharing Agreements with Russian Airlines

23.04.2007

Timetable

DirectionFlight NumberDeparture TimeArrival TimeDays of the WeekAircraft TypePeriod
Moscow — Khanty-Mansiysk S7-4725 09:00 14:15 1__45__ В757 09.04.07-26.10.07
Khanty-Mansiysk - Moscow S7-4726 15:45 17:05 1__45__ В757 09.04.07-26.10.07
Novosibirsk - Krasnodar S7-4586 21:05 22:30 1______ Ту-154 02.04.2007-22.10.2007
Krasnodar - Novosibirsk S7-4585 11:40 19:10 ______7 Ту-154 02.04.2007-22.10.2007
Vladivostok — Moscow (VKO) S7-4459 21:05 22:30 1234567 Ту-204 01.05.2007-27.10.2007
Moscow (VKO) - Vladivostok S7-4460 11:40 19:10 1234567 Ту-204 01.05.2007-27.10.2007

This timetable is indicative and may change.

S7 passengers flying on the above routes now have the chance to take advantage of special transfer fares and convenient connecting flights with S7’s flights from Moscow and Novosibirsk to other cities in Russia, Europe and Asia. Tickets for transfer flights are made out on a single S7 form, which is even more convenient for passengers.

S7 Airlines is an active member of IATA (the International Air Transport Association), and is gradually expanding the geographical scope of its domestic flights. In recent years it has worked intensively to conclude interline, code-sharing and special prorate agreements with other airlines. At present, it has such agreements with more than 70 airlines, including British Airways, Lufthansa, Korean Air, Qantas Airways, JAL, United Airlines and other major global air carriers.

You can find a flight timetable, check seat availability and book tickets on the company’s official website, www.s7.ru, or by calling (free from within Russia).

S7 Airlines is Russia’s largest domestic carrier and one of the world’s top 50 domestic airlines. In terms of passenger numbers, S7 is Russia’s second-biggest airline overall. In 2006, S7 made more than 40,000 flights, carrying 4,900,000 passengers and more than 28,000 tonnes of cargo and post. S7’s fleet comprises 62 Airbus A310/A319, Boeing 737-500/400, Il-86 and Tu-154M aircraft.


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