Rossiya Airlines (part of the Aeroflot group) Opens on January 9, 2022 on the Tomsk – St. Petersburg system. This was reported by the press service of the Tomsk airport.
The autumn-winter schedule began to operate at the Tomsk airport on November 1. According to the air harbor, Tomsk – St. Petersburg flights will remain in this period, which will be operated by Nordwind on Mondays and Thursdays.
“From January 3, 2022 on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays,” representatives of the Tomsk air harbor said.
At the time of publication of the news, flights on this schedule are not higher than the schedule of Tomsk Aeroflot and the Rossiya airline itself.
In addition, Red Wings will continue flights from Tomsk to Yekaterinburg, Tyumen and Ulan-Ude in the autumn-winter schedule. SilA will continue to operate flights to Abakan, Barnaul and Krasnoyarsk.
S7 Airlines will maintain its flight program on the Tomsk – Novosibirsk route (on Mondays and Fridays), and will also expand it with flights to Kyrgyzstan (the city of Osh).
Krasnoyarsk, Nizhnevartovsk, Novy Urengoy and Surgut will fly KrasAvia planes. Flights to Surgut and Strezhevoy will be operated by UTair. UTair Aviation will continue to operate flights to Strezhevoy.
The airport notes that direct charter flights from Tomsk to Sharm el-Sheikh and to Hurghada are preserved in the autumn-winter schedule. They will be performed by AZUR air and Nordwind.
“For work in winter meteorological conditions, the internal volumes of anti-icing fluids, chemicals and other consumables for treating aircraft and maintaining the surface of the airfield in operational condition have been prepared,” the Tomsk air harbor concluded.
It was previously known that Aeroflot will continue to fulfill the Moscow-Tomsk-Moscow plan from November 1.