S7 Launches Second Regular Moscow — Krasnodar Service


The service will operate 6 times a week (daily except Thursdays), using Tu-154 aircraft, departing from Moscow Domodedovo Airport at 07:30 (arriving at 09:30), and from Krasnodar at 10:55 (arriving at 13:00). The flight from Moscow will be the earliest Moscow-Krasnodar flight, making it especially convenient for business passengers.

In future (as soon as Krasnodar Airport obtains the relevant permits), S7 plans to use the foreign-made Airbus and Boeing aircraft that form the basis of its fleet on this route.

Tickets for the route can be bought through S7’s website www.s7.ru, where special web fares and discounts are available.

You can find a flight timetable, check seat availability and book tickets on S7’s official website, www.s7.ru >, or by calling (free from within Russia).

In 2007, S7 became the first Russian airline to offer its passengers the chance to buy e-tickets for its domestic flights. Now when you buy an e-ticket you no longer need to go and pick up a physical ticket; you just have to turn up for check-in at the airport.

At S7, we are continuously improving our standards of service, updating our aircraft fleet, and doing all we can to make travelling pleasant and memorable for our passengers. S7 Airlines is Russia’s largest domestic carrier and one of the world’s top 50 domestic airlines. In terms of passenger numbers, S7 is Russia’s second-biggest airline overall. In 2006, S7 made more than 40,000 flights, carrying 4,900,000 passengers and more than 28,000 tonnes of cargo and post. On 30 May, the S7 Group signed a contract for the supply of 15 long-haul Next-Generation Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft; it has the confirmed right to purchase another 10 such aircraft under the same terms.

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