Red Wings and both Aeroflot and S7 Airlines connect Russia and Croatia
Russian airline company Red Wings has become a regular carrier to the agreed flight between Russia and Croatia, has been published on the website of the Federal Air Transport Agency. It presents three new lines Moscow-Dubrovnik-Moscow (7 times a week), Moscow-Pula-Moscow (7 times a week), Moscow-Split-Moscow (5 times a week).
Eugene Klyucharev, general manager of the Red Wings has announced the beginning of ticket sales in the very near future. The carrier has already planned direct sales but also would like to have negotiations with tour operators who are interested in cooperation. According to the information provided by Eugene Klyucharev today a tour operator “Pacs” is interested in flights to Croatia as well as Red Wings.
CEO of “Pacs”, Maksim Lobanov has confirmed that they are negotiating on the sale of airline tickets and hope that there will be enough passengers aboard. In his opinion the Red Wings will successfully replace bankrupted Transaero on that route.
Last summer season except for Transaero both Aeroflot and S7 airlines had flights to Croatia on the regular basis.
It is still unclear whether the flight proposal is reasonable or not basing on the demand of this season. On the one hand, Turkey is no longer an option for holidays and Croatia has become a perfect substitute. But due to high prices and the lack of all-inclusive service it is less attractive to Russian tourists.« Vrati se na prethodnu stranicu