A new flight by Siberia Airlines: Novosibirsk — Ulan-Ude — Vladivostok


The new flight does not only increase the Novosibirsk — Vladivostok line carrying capacity, but it significantly improves the options of traveling from Ulan-Ude. Today marks the restoration of air communication between Ulan-Ude, the capital city of the Buryat Republic, and the major cities of Siberia and the Russian Far East. It is remarkable that this newly introduced flight was once operated in the early 90s, but was then terminated because of low air passenger traffic. For the last few years Siberia Airlines has been renewing many flights, thus restoring the existed flight network. According to the Transport Clearing organization, the results of the first half of 2003 show that Siberia Airlines was ranked first among all Russian airlines in passenger traffic on domestic flights and second—on international flights. Today, the Siberia aircraft fleet operates 47 aircrafts, including: IL-86—12 aircrafts; ?U-154—33 aircrafts; ?U-204—2 aircrafts.