Siberia Airlines — Carrier of the Russian Orthodox Church

27.04.2005

“For us it is a great honor and responsibility to provide our services to the Russian Orthodox Church. The presence of the most extensive route network in Russia allows the representatives of the Russian Orthodox Church to make their journeys in the minimal amount of time, — says the head of the department for the development of the corporate network of Siberia Airlines, Sergei Lavrentyev. “We hope that our cooperation will be long-lasting and fruitful.” “Naturally, at the same time we are open for cooperating with the representatives of all confessions who choose Siberia Airlines as the priority carrier for making their journeys" he adds.

“We are very happy that as part of the contract with Siberia Airlines, an even greater number of pilgrims can make pilgrimages to the Holy Places both within our Homeland and beyond its borders, in particular to the Holy Land to celebrate the great holiday of the Easter in the Church of the Resurrection of the Lord. Without a doubt, the flights of Siberia Airlines and the special conditions for acquiring tickets will be convenient for the Diocese which are located beyond the Urals, in Siberia, in the Far East, and for those employees of the ROC who make official visits to the Russian Spiritual Mission in Jerusalem” says the leader of the protocol service for events of the Moscow Patriarchate, archpriest Alexander Abramov.

At Siberia Airlines, a great emphasis is placed upon the servicing of corporate clients. Since May of 2004, a comprehensive program for corporate service, "S7 2B" (Siberia To Business) has been introduced, specially developed for serving the employees of organizations and companies which value their time.

More than 350 governmental structures, Russian and international companies are already regular corporate clients of Siberia Airlines.

Siberia offers its corporate customers special prices for airline tickets, the largest network of routes throughout Russia and the CIS and excellent service, both in the air and on the ground.


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