Siberia Airlines launches a new international flight Moscow-Frankfurt/Main


Frankfurt/Main is the largest financial and aviation center in Europe. Airport in Frankfurt is also the base airport for German airline Lufthansa which is the partner of Siberia Airlines on interline agreement, owing to which the flights of Siberia Airlines to Germany become joint for passengers, flying to more then 60 countries of the world. The new flight is also jointed convenient with Moscow flights of Siberia Airlines from the largest cities of Russia (Novosibirsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Omsk, Irkutsk, Tomsk, Barnaul, Kemerovo, Novokuznetsk, Norilsk, Nizhnevartovsk, Novy Urengoi, Ulan-Ude, Murmansk). Siberia Airlines has its general agents in Germany in Frankfurt/Main. A new flight to Frankfurt is the second scheduled flight to Germany launched by Siberia Airlines this year (in March they launched a flight Moscow-Dusseldorf) and the fourth scheduled flight of Siberia Airlines to Germany from Moscow. Flights from Moscow are also operated to Munich (5 flights per week) and to Hanover (4 flights a week), Siberia Airlines has its representative office in these cities. The history of relations between Siberia Airlines and Germany numbers more then 10 years of successful cooperation. According to summer time-table of 2003 Siberia Airlines operates cheduled flights on 9 directions from Russia to German cities. In July-August in total 34 flights a week are operated (12 flights from Moscow, 11 flights from Novosibirsk, 9 flights from Omsk and 2 flights from Barnaul).