Siberia Airlines launches a new flight Moscow - Vladikavkaz


A new flight has a few peculiarities that differ it from other ones on this direction. The flight is integrated into the system of transfer flights of Siberia Airlines, owing to which there is a convenient communication between Vladikavkaz and the largest cities of Russia (Novosibirsk, Omsk, Irkutsk, Tomsk, Barnaul, Kemerovo, Novokuznetsk, Norilsk, Nizhnevartovsk, Novy Urengoi, Ulan-Ude, Murmansk, Nizhny Novgorod). On new flight as well as on other ones Siberia Airlines offers its passenger a range of tariffs: one-way ticket cost is from 2 600 rubles, tariff for young people and tariff for pensioners is 2 000 rubles, return-ticket cost is 4 100. There are special transfer tariffs on this flight as well, for instance, one-way ticket cost from Vladikavkaz to Norilsk (with jointing of flights in Moscow) is 6 100 rubles, return-ticket for the same direction is 10 800 rubles. Siberia Airlines will operate flights from Vladikavkaz to «Domodedovo», the most developed and convenient for passengers Russian airport, with a full range of technologies of transfer passengers servicing. Passengers of Siberia Airlines can enjoy service of high-speed train «Aeroexpress» free of charge; this train conveys passengers from the airport to the center of Moscow and to Paveletsky station during 40 minutes, a trip from Moscow to the airport by «Aeroexpress» for passengers of Siberia Airlines is free of charge as well. Check-in of passengers of Siberia Airlines is also free of charge.
Vladikavkaz will be the seventh city of the South Federal Region of the route net of Siberia Airlines. South of Russia is one of the priority directions of the airlines’ activity. According to the information of Transport clearing organization, by the results of the first quarter of 2003 Siberia Airlines wins the first place among Russian airlines at volumes in domestic passenger traffic and the second place in international passenger traffic. The functioning fleet of Siberia Airlines numbers 47 aircrafts: 12 of IL-86, 33 of TU-154, and 2 of TU-204.