MOSCOW, February 24 – RIA Novosti. Pobeda (part of the Aeroflot group) will start operating some flights from Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport in May, while the low-cost airline will continue to fly from Vnukovo, said Aeroflot CEO Mikhail Poluboyarinov. “We will start the first flights in May. from Sheremetyevo airport under a code-share agreement between Aeroflot and Pobeda. Code-sharing is a standard aviation agreement. On the routes on which Aeroflot previously flew, Pobeda will stop, and passengers will be able to use At the same time, the transit potential of the group is not lost, the possibility of further flights by Aeroflot through our hub in Sheremetyevo, where we will provide a quick and convenient connection, remain, “Poluboyarinov said in an interview with RBK.Tourism
He specified that Pobeda will continue to fly to Vnukovo. Pobeda has no plans to fly from the third Moscow airport – Domodedovo.
“For flights from Sheremetyevo, we are planning those aircraft that Aeroflot transfers to Pobeda. They have previously flown to Sheremetyevo, only in Aeroflot. Pobeda will expand its potential by flying from Sheremetyevo, due to code-sharing “, – noted Poluboyarinov.
“The pace of the transfer of aircraft, on the one hand, is limited by the possibilities of their production adaptation by Pobeda, on the other hand, it is determined by the needs of our code-sharing, the appearance of new routes in the network. The plan that we have developed assumed that the first ten aircraft” Aeroflot “will hand over to Pobeda this year, and the remaining 40 aircraft over the next two years. This is a rather aggressive plan. Faster is not necessary,” he said.