operate flights on the route “Antalya – Moscow (Sheremetyevo) – Antalya”.
According to the press service of the airport, flights will be operated four times a week: on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays (arrival time – 01:45 Moscow time, departure time – 02:45 Moscow time) on a Boeing 737-800 liner, obviously Turkish ” subordination.” According to the Aviasales ticket booking system, in mid-May, you can fly to Antalya on this carrier for 21.3 thousand rubles.
Let us remind you that, according to tour operators, there is still a shortage of transportation to Turkey.
< p>Red Wings, Azimut and Rossiya fly from Russian airlines to the country. Mostly in their fleet are domestic SuperJet 100s. In addition, Red Wings operates flights to Turkey on a Boeing 777 for the Biblio Globus tour operator.
From the Turkish side, in addition to Corendon Airlines, Turkish Airlines and Pegasus fly to Russia. The Turkish national carrier operates about 108 flights to Russia. At the same time, at the end of April, Turkish Airlines requested an additional 349 flights with departures from April 27, however, they received approval from the Ministry of Transport only for the program from May 15, and only 30% of the requested frequencies to Moscow and in full for flights to Russian regions .
In total, the Turks have the right to operate up to 290 flights per week to Russia. Russian air carriers have received permission for only 122 flights to Turkey. If Russian quotas are increased, Turkish capacities will also be “increased,” said the Ministry of Transport.
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