Tickets go on sale for S7 flights between Moscow and Nadym
The first flight will be on April 20 2007. The route will be operated by Boeing 737s equipped with a business class cabin, and there will be five flights a week in each direction, following the timetable below:
|Direction||Flight Number||Days of the Week||Period of Operation|
|Moscow - Nadym||S7-417||1_3_567||20.04.07-09.05.07||02:40||08:00|
|Nadym - Moscow||S7-418||1_3_567||20.04.07-09.05.07||09:30||10:55|
|Moscow - Nadym||S7-417||1_3_567||11.05.07-16.09.07||02:15||07:35|
|Nadym - Moscow||S7-418||1_3_567||11.05.07-16.09.07||09:00||10:25|
|Moscow - Nadym||S7-417||1_3_567||17.09.07-27.10.07||02:40||08:00|
|Nadym - Moscow||S7-418||1_3_567||17.09.07-27.10.07||09:30||10:55|
S7’s new route allows residents of Nadym to take advantage of S7’s connecting flights from Moscow to cities in Russia, Europe and Asia, as well as attractive transfer fares.
S7’s passengers enjoy high standards of service and convenient transfer facilities at Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport. Business class fliers can wait for their next flight in a comfortable business lounge, where they can relax, listen to live music and browse the internet. Economy class passengers can buy a ticket for the business lounge for an additional cost.
You can find a flight timetable, check seat availability and book tickets on the company’s official website, or by calling (free from within Russia).
In 2006 S7 was Russia’s leading domestic airline in terms of passenger numbers and passenger kilometers, carrying a total of 4,900,000 people.