Transaero Airlines expands operations to the Republic of Kazakhstan
February 14. TravelDailyNews. MOSCOW
By Theodore Koumelis
Transaero Airlines expands its air services to the Republic of Kazakhstan. On March 2, 2014 the airline will launch scheduled flights on the Moscow-Aktobe-Moscow route for the first time in its history.
The UN277/278 flight will be operated from Moscow Domodedovo airport twice a week in accordance with the following schedule (all times local):
Departure from Moscow on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 02.20 am and arrival in Aktobe at 05.45 am.
Departure from Aktobe at 06.45 am, arrival in Moscow at 08.10 am.
The flights will be carried out in Discount Class on Boeing 737 aircraft.
Aktobe, the administrative center of the Aktyubinsk region, is an actively developing city that has become the ninth destination of Transaero’s flights in Kazakhstan. Today Transaero provides direct air services connecting Moscow with Astana, Almaty, Aktau, Atyrau, Karaganda, Kokshetau, Kostanay and Shimket. Now the destination list expands to include Aktobe.
Transaero launched regular flights to Kazakhstan in 1993. Today it is the largest foreign airline in terms of passenger traffic volume performing flights to this country. Transaero was voted “Number one foreign airline in Kazakhstan” by The Choice of 2013 Awards.
The launch of operations between Moscow and Aktobe is another significant step forward for Transaero Airlines in the development of safe, comfortable and affordable air transportation between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Flights to Aktobe expand the Transaero Discount Class offering. This product records the constantly raising demand from Russian and foreign clients.
Passengers arriving from Aktobe to Moscow will be able to continue their travel within the broad route network of Transaero Airlines comprising 200 routes.