UTair Aviation will increase the number of flights from St. Petersburg for its 2014 Spring-Summer season. Flights from the Northern capital will serve 14 domestic and international destinations with Boeing 737-800, 737-500 and Airbus A321 aircraft.
Starting in June, UTair will perform four daily flights between Moscow and St. Petersburg. For a limited time only,UTair will be offering a special one-way airfare between Moscow and St. Petersburg starting at 1,990 rubles for bookings made atwww.utair.ru. The offer is valid until May 30, 2014 and applies to flights scheduled between May 15 and June 30, 2014.
The increased number of daily flights between St. Petersburgand Moscow means that travelers from more than 70 Russian cities can now reach St. Petersburg with an easy connection at Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow.
UTair will also be launching new direct flights from St. Petersburg to Tyumen, Nizhnevartovsk and Novy Urengoy for the 2014 Spring-Summer schedule. Flights from Tyumen will be performed on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays starting May 26. Weekly Wednesday flights toNizhnevartovsk start on May 28. Flights from Novy Urengoy will be performed once a week on Fridays starting May 30.
Starting in June, travelers in St. Petersburg will be able to fly UTair to the Black Sea resorts of Sochi and Anapa. Flightsbetween St. Petersburg and Tomsk route will be re-initiated whileexisting flights to Naryan-Mar, Nizhny Novgorod, Noyabrsk, Surgut, Syktyvkar and Khanty-Mansiysk will continue. UTair will offer special airfares on all round trip flights to St. Petersburg, including newly launched flights, until June 15, 2014
The list of international flights from St. Petersburg includes regular flights to Budapest performed twice a week, as well ascharter flights to Turkey, Egypt, Spain, China and Cyprus.
This summer UTair and Pulkovo International Airport in St Petersburg will offer a new service – a sightseeing tour around St. Petersburg for passengers awaiting their connecting flight. This new service will allow travelers to make best use of their time in the cultural capital of Russia.