S7 Airlines starts operating flights to Georgia
Renewal of flights to Georgia became possible for S7 Airlines after obtaining a permit from aviation authorities of both countries. S7 Airlines obtained a permit to operate flights under the equal terms with Georgian Airways. In summer 2010 each airlines will operate flights between Moscow and Tbilisi with regularity three times a week.
S7 Airlines flights in Tbilisi will be operated on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at the comfortable Airbus A319. Departure from Moscow will be at 10:25 a.m., departure from Tbilisi will be at 2:00 p.m. (local time).
S7 Airlines is the authorized carrier to Georgia en routes from Moscow to Tbilisi, Kutaisi and Batumi. In the event of total renewal of air traffic between the countries, S7 Airlines would like to consider opportunities to start operating flights to Kutaisi and Batumi.
In 2008, before the discontinuation of air traffic with Georgia, S7 Airlines was operating its flights to these places on a regularly basis.
S7 Airlines flight schedule en route Moscow — Tbilisi:
|Destination||Flight number||Departure time||Arrival time||Weekdays||Aircraft type||Period||10:25||13:10||1__4_6_||Airbus A319||23.08.2010-30.10.2010||14:00||16:50||1__4_6_||Airbus A319||23.08.2010-30.10.2010|
S7 Airlines (brand of Siberia Airlines, www.s7.ru) is the largest domestic airline in Russia in 2009 and rates among the Top-50 of the world air carriers by this segment. S7 Airlines is part of S7 Group.
In 2007 the company received an IATA official notification on its registration in IOSA operators register (IATA Operational Safety Audit) and became the second Russian air carrier to close the international audit for compliance with the operational safety standards.
S7 Airlines is one of the most stable airlines in Russia who employs the latest advances in the industry and is rapidly developing its operations. S7 Airlines is a winner of the annual national award People’s mark / Brand No. 1 in Russia in 2007.
Now S7 Airlines has the most modern and “youngest” aircraft fleet among Russian airlines. Average age of aircraft operated by S7 is 6 years.