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Rossiya Airline Will Fly to Pardubice
16.03.2017 00:02
Rossiya Airline Will Fly to Pardubice

“Rossiya” Airline Company begins direct charter flights from the St. Petersburg Pulkovo Airport to Pardubice (Czech Republic), as the official representative of the airline company told to “Interfax”. The first test flight on the new route has been conducted by “Rossiya” on March 5, 2017.

      It is planned to launch weekly flights on Sundays beginning from March 28, according to the following schedule: flight FV 5797 departs from St. Petersburg at 7:00, arrives in Pardubice at 8:35, the return flight FV 5798 departs from Pardubice at 9:35, arrives in Saint Petersburg at 13:05. The new line will be served by the modern Boeing B-737 aircrafts.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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