S7 Airlines opened low fare tickets sale


S7 Airlines, a member of the oneworld® global aviation alliance, opened tickets sale at special fares from the cities of the Far East and Siberia.

Low fare tickets for flights of S7 Airlines are offered within the government program of ensuring accessibility of air carriage for passengers from the Far East to the European portion of the country and in the opposite direction.

In 2015 S7 Airlines will perform flights at special fares1 for economy class to nine destinations: Moscow — Yakutsk, Moscow — Norilsk, Moscow — Ulan-Ude, Moscow — Chita, Moscow — Gorno-Altaisk, Vladivostok — Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Yakutsk — Novosibirsk, Khabarovsk — Novosibirsk, Vladivostok — Novosibirsk and in the opposite direction. Special fares are applicable to the flights of S7 Airlines, which will be performed from April 1 to October 31, 2015.

Special fares are valid for the citizens of the Russian Federation at the age of up to 22, inclusive, as well as for women over 55 years and men over 60. A low fare ticket may also be purchased by a person having the first disability category, without age constraints2.

Within the program, S7 Airlines will also perform low fare flights for children going on holidays in the Russian Child Center “Ocean” to Vladivostok from three cities: Novosibirsk, Irkutsk and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. A citizen of the Russian Federation at the age of up to 18 years, for whose name a holiday camp voucher is issued, may purchase a low fare ticket3.

You can purchase low fare tickets at the airline’s offices or from its agents only. To receive any additional information please call the contact center of S7 Airlines at (free calls within Russia).

S7 Airlines (a brand of Siberia Airlines, www.s7.ru) is a member of the oneworld® global aviation alliance.

The airline has the widest internal route network in Russia, created on the basis of air transport hubs at Moscow (Domodedovo) and Novosibirsk (Tolmachevo). S7 Airlines also performs regular flights to countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States, Europe, the Near East, South Asia and countries of the Asia Pacific region.

In 2007 the company received an official IATA Notice of Record into the IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit), becoming the second air carrier in Russia to have successfully passed the full international audit procedure for compliance with these operational safety standards.

S7 Airlines is one of the most stable airline companies in Russia thanks to the use of the latest advances in the international passenger services field, and active development of its own services.

S7 Airlines currently owns one of the newest and most modern aircraft fleets on the Russian air transportation market.

S7 Airlines was the winner of the Wings of Russia 2010 Award in the 'Business Project in Civil Aviation of Russia' category. S7 Airlines has also been winner of the annual People's Brand/Brand No. 1 in Russia award.

S7 Airlines is a multiple winner of the Cannes Lions advertising festival awards for implemented projects, and My Planet national awards for discoveries in travel sphere.

The airline is part of the S7 Group. In 2014 the group member airlines carried more than 10.066 million passengers.

1 Fares for one-way tickets: Moscow — Yakutsk — 7000 rubles, Moscow — Norilsk — 4300 rubles, Moscow — Ulan-Ude/Chita — 6200, Vladivostok — Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky — 6000, Moscow — Gorno-Altaisk — 6000, Yakutsk — Novosibirsk — 5500, Khabarovsk — Novosibirsk — 5700, Vladivostok — Novosibirsk — 5900.

2 Special fare is also available for a person accompanying a person having the first disability category or a disabled child.

3 Price for one-way ticket for Irkutsk — Vladivostok is 5500 rubles, Novosibirsk — Vladivostok — 5900 rubles, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk — Vladivostok — 6000 rubles.