UTair to Perform Scheduled Flights from Saint Petersburg to 13 Destinations

UTair Boeing 737-500
UTair Boeing 737-500 (© O.Pritzkow)

During spring-summer season UTair Aviation will offer connections between Saint Petersburg and 13 destinations with more than 50 weekly flights.

Starting June 1, UTair will offer four flights per day between Saint Petersburg and Moscow. The additional fourth daily flight to Moscow will be performed with Boeing 737-500 aircraft in economy and business class configuration. The flight will depart from Vnukovo Airport in Moscow at 09:25 and from Pulkovo Airport in Saint Petersburg at 12:00.

The increased frequency of flights between Moscow and Saint Petersburg will allow passengers more flexible travel to the northern capital of Russia from more than 70 destinations within the UTair route network.

Also starting in June citizens and guests of Saint Petersburg will be able to travel to one of the most popular Black Sea resorts with the seasonal UTair Saint Petersburg-Anapa route. UTair will also resume direct flights from Saint Petersburg to Tomsk, Naryan-Mar, Nizhny Novgorod, Noyabrsk, Surgut, Novy Urengoy, Vladikavkaz and Khanty-Mansiysk. In addition, UTair will introduce new direct regular flights from Saint Petersburg to cities of the North Caucasus, including flights to Makhachkala on Sundays, to Magas on Wednesdays and to Grozny on Saturdays.

Upon arrival in the northern capital, UTair passengers will also be able to take advantage of an additional service developed by UTair together with Pulkovo Airport: a sightseeing tour around Saint-Petersburg during which passengers can spend their free time getting acquainted with landmarks of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

The main advantage of the bus tour is the ability to enjoy the sights of Saint Petersburg’s famous avenues, architectural landmarks and ensembles in a short time in any weather from a comfortable seat in a bus or car.

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