Media about Zhukovsky

02.02.2017

Yamal Airlines plans to start operating its flights from Moscow’s Zhukovsky to Tajikistan since March 27

Yamal Airlines, Russia, plans to start operating its flights from the Moscow’s Zhukovsky Airport to Tajikistan since March 27, 2017, TASS reports with reference to Andrei Dubrov, CEO, Yamal Airlines.

“At this point, we still have not received an official written notification on permits for Zhukovsky – Tajikistan flights. But there are verbal agreements over the phone, on the basis of that, we expect that the first flight to Tajikistan will be operated on March 27th”, Mr. Dubrov said.

According to him, the Air Company is preparing a package of documents for submission to the aeronautical authorities of Tajikistan.

Recall, the dispute between the aeronautical authorities of Tajikistan and Russia emerged in the autumn of 2016. The Tajik side did not allow Yamal Airlines to fly from the airport in Zhukovsky, alleging violation of parity.

In response, Russia limited flights for Tajik Somon Air to Russia’s Krasnoyarsk, Krasnodar, Orenburg and Ufa.

The parties negotiated the issue, however, a positive decision was not followed. The problem was solved at a meeting of the Tajik-Russian intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, on January 27, 2017.

The Russian part of the commission was represented by the First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov, who said that four airlines from Russia and Tajikistan would carry out their flights to/from the airport in Zhukovsky since May 2017.

Air traffic between the Russian Federation and Tajikistan through the airport in Zhukovsky will be adjusted gradually, he added. He noted that flights between Russia and Tajikistan through the Zhukovsky airport will be carried out at lower rates than to other destinations.

Currently, Tajik Air, Tajikistan, flies to Zhukovsky, as well as Ural Airlines, Russia, operates its flights en route  Zhukovsky – Dushanbe.

Russian Aviation

01.02.2017

Baku-Moscow flights from Zhukovsky airport to begin from 14 March

Air carriages to Baku from Moscow from the airport Zhukovsky are likely to start.

According to Russian media, from 14 March Russian airline Fly Pegas (Ikar) will launch flights from Moscow to Baku from Moscow-based Zhukovsky airport.

"Planes will fly on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Flights are scheduled for the period from 14 to 25 March and at the moment it is unknown whether they will be carried out after this period,” the media report.

The minimum declared value of a one-way flight will be 3,095 Russian rubles that is below the average market price of 4,220 rubles.

ABC.az

03.01.2017

Air Manas now serves two Moscow airports from Bishkek

Air Manas has begun twice-weekly flights between Bishkek (FRU) and Moscow Zhukovsky (ZIA).

The 2,929-kilometre route will be flown on Tuesdays and Fridays using the carrier’s 737-800s. The inaugural service to Russia on 20 December was reported to have a 97% load factor. Competition on the route comes from Ural Airlines and Yamal Airlines who also both operate twice-weekly flights between the two airports. Air Manas was formerly known as Pegasus Asia. The Turkish carrier is still a 49% shareholder in the airline which is based at Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan.

The carrier already serves Moscow Domodedovo with daily flights according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. Air Manas’ other international routes are to Delhi (India), Kashi (China) and Urumqi (China), while it also flies domestically to Osh.

ANNA.aero

03.01.2017

Russia, Turkey expand route network

Russian and Turkish aviation authorities have signed an agreement allowing designated airlines to operate up to 7X-weekly Istanbul (Turkey)-Zhukovsky (Russia), Istanbul-Grozny (Russia) and Moscow-Gazipasa (Turkey) services.

Russia’s Ikar Airlines (Pegas Fly) has been designated to operate up to 7X-weekly on Zhukovsky-Istanbul routes.

Gazipasa, the ninth destination in Turkey from Russia, is a second airport at the well-developed Alanya resort. Russia’s Zhukovsky International is a newly opened airport near Moscow, which is not specified as a Moscow destination in the bilateral agreement that regulates flights between Russia and other countries. This means the restrictions that apply to flights from the Russian capital do not apply to Zhukovsky.

The airline network between Russia and Turkey was badly affected at the end of 2015 when Russia banned charter flights to/from Turkey as part of economic sanctions announced Nov. 28, 2015, because of increased tensions between the two countries after the downing of a Russian fighter jet over Syria by Turkey. The ban was lifted in August 2016.

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