S7 Airlines Concludes Code-Sharing Agreement* on Moscow-Yekaterinburg Route
Under the agreement, VIM-Avia provides a block of seats for passengers of S7 Airlines on its flights 664 and 661. The Moscow-Yekaterinburg flight is operated every day and the Yekaterinburg-Moscow flight six times a week.
The flights are operated at convenient times: evenings from Moscow and mornings from Yekaterinburg, making them ideal for business travel and one-day trips.
S7 flight schedule in Yekaterinburg beginning 23.06.2008:
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The schedule is commercial, so changes are possible.
S7 Airlines passengers can also take regular direct flights from Moscow to Yekaterinburg under a code-sharing agreement between S7 Airlines and Vladivostok Avia. These flights are operated from Moscow Vnukovo International Airport.
S7 Airlines passengers on the new route can take advantage of special transfer fares and convenient connections at Moscow Domodedovo Airport with other S7 Airlines flights to cities of Russia, Europe and Asia. Tickets for transfer flights are issued on S7 Airlines ticket stock, which is an additional convenience for passengers.
Tickets on the Moscow-Yekaterinburg flight can be purchased 12 hours or more before departure on the website www.S7.ru or at an S7 Airlines sales office.
In recent years S7 Airlines has been actively concluding code-sharing, interline and special prorating agreements with other airlines, which makes it possible to effectively expand the company’s route network. As of today such agreements have been concluded with more than 70 airlines, including British Airways, Lufthansa, Korean Air, Qantas Airways, JAL, United Airlines and other leading air carriers.
*Code-sharing agreements suppose joint operation of the flight by both partner airlines. In the reservation systems such flights are entered with the codes of both airlines.
**The previously concluded code-sharing between S7 Airlines and VIM-Avia on the Moscow-Ufa and Moscow-Chisinau routes are still in effect.