Siberia Airlines launches flights to Urals


Siberia Airlines offers the new flight's passengers its traditional service standards: a business class, a wide seat pitch in the economy class, a free ride with the Aeroexpress shuttle train, free check-in in the center of Moscow at the Paveletsky railway station, etc.
The Chelyabinsk flight is integrated into Siberia Airlines' route network. The flight passengers are offered a unique variety of travel opportunities with flight connections in Moscow, including practically all the largest southern Russian cities, the cities of Germany, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, the resorts of Bulgaria, Turkey and Egypt. Special transfer rates have been introduced for these directions from Chelyabinsk.
Chelyabinsk became the first city in the Urals to be included into Siberia Airlines' route network. From now on, the company's customers can use its regular flights to get to one of the largest and most industrially developed regions of Russia.
In the future, the company plans to launch regular direct flights from Chelyabinsk to the most popular destinations. Thus, based on the Chelyabinsk airport, an air transport hub with its own route network will be created. The region's huge potential and Siberia Airlines' experience in establishing such hubs in the other Russian regions and the CIS countries will contribute to the implementation of these plans.
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.