Siberia Airlines launch new Bratsk - Moscow flight
The new flight provides new services. The service standard similar to that in the Irkutsk - Moscow flight and including improved catering has been introduced. For the first time in the recent years a special bus will deliver passengers from Bratsk to the airport.
The new flight enlarged Siberia Airlines' route network to ensure convenient connections with the other company's flights bound for the Russian southern resorts and foreign countries. Special transfer tariffs have been introduced for the tickets from Bratsk to Rostov-on-Don, Krasnodar, Sochi, Anapa, Mineralnye Vody, to the German and Ukrainian cities, as well as to the cities of the Transcaucasian region-altogether about 20 transfer flights.
Bratsk became the second city of the Irkutsk region the Siberia Airlines started flying from. Being the basic carrier in the region, the company ensures wide flight coverage by providing direct regular flights from the Irkutsk region. In 2004, the company will send flights in 15 directions from Irkutsk. This summer, the geography of flights provided by Siberia Airlines from this Siberian hub will expand due to the regular flights to be bound for Magadan, Anatolia (Turkey), Tashkent (Uzbekistan) and Niigatu (Japan).