A new morning flight Moscow-Mineralnye Vody introduced by Siberia Airlines


The Mineralnye Vody airport is the largest in the North Caucasus and the demand for Moscow flights is exceptionally high. Among those flying from Moscow are both business passengers and holiday-makers traveling to ski mountain and health resorts. Most of the Moscow flyers use Mineralnye Vody as a transit airport for traveling elsewhere. Therefore the new morning flight is expected to be especially convenient for this category of passengers.
The destination Moscow-Mineralnye Vody is covered by the Siberia's Big Air bonus project, that provides an opportunity of getting free tickets for regular flyers to ski mountain resorts. The passengers of the flight are provided with free transportation of skiing facilities and snowboards.
Today Siberia Airlines operates regular round-the-year flights from Moscow to five cities of the South Federal territory (Vladikavkaz, Krasnodar, Makhachkala, Mineralnye Vody and Sochi) as well as a considerable number of seasonal flights from Moscow and various regions of Siberia.