Pobeda Airlines to resume flights to Armenia at end of December
MOSCOW. Nov 3 (Interfax) - Pobeda Airlines, part of the Aeroflot Group , will resume regular flights from Moscow to Gyumri, Armenia, on December 23, a company representative told reporters.
Pobeda will operate flights four times a week from Vnukovo Airport, the representative specified.
Pobeda suspended all its international flights, including to Armenia, in March following the start of the military operation in Ukraine and ensuing sanctions imposed against Russia.
Pobeda's only current foreign destination is Minsk, where the company flies from St. Petersburg and Moscow. Pobeda plans to resume flights from Moscow's Vnukovo Airport to the Turkish cities of Istanbul, Alanya, and Antalya in December.