Siberia Airlines lainches regular flights to Stuttgart and Leipzig


This year, Siberia Airlines Germany-bound summer flight program provides for a considerable increase in flights from Moscow and from West Siberian cities. In the high season of this year's summer navigation, the company will send over 50 flights a week from Moscow, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Barnaul and Kemerovo to six German cities (Frankfurt-am-Main, Hanover, Munich, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart and Leipzig).
The German program of flights bound from Moscow is represented by the largest number of directions and regular flights: Frankfurt-am-Main, Düsseldorf, Munich ( each up to 7 flights a week), Hanover (up to 4 flights a week), Stuttgart (2 flights a week), Leipzig (1 flights a week).
In July, direct regular flights will be launched from West Siberian cities in several new directions: to Hannover from Kemerovo (from July 10), to Munich from Novosibirsk (from July 10), from Barnaul (from July 11) and from Omsk (from July 21). In addition, the frequency of the traditional flights to Hanover and Frankfurt-am-Main from Novosibirsk, Omsk and Barnaul was increased.
Siberia Airlines is working steadily to strengthen the «air bridge» between Russia and Germany. The history of the company's flights to this country has a 12 years record. Siberia Airlines plans further increase of flights and expansion of flight geography to Germany and to other European countries, introduction of new technologies and improvement of customer service both onboard and on land.
In 2003, Siberia Airlines has carried 3.4 million passengers, 26% more than last year. According to the information provided by the Transport Clearing Chamber, Siberia Airlines is rated first among the Russian airlines for the volume of passenger traffic in the domestic routes and second for the total traffic volume.