From May 1, the low-cost airline Pobeda (part of the Aeroflot group) will begin operating flights to Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, before that the company flew only from Vnukovo. The first flight is made from Perm, the departure is scheduled for 23:00 local time (21:00 Moscow time), follows from the online scoreboard of the Perm airport.
At the end of February, it was reported that the low-cost airline will fly from Sheremetyevo to 12 cities in Russia – Perm, Yekaterinburg, Sochi, Cheboksary, Gorno-Altaisk, Nalchik, Petrozavodsk, Ufa, Ulyanovsk, Barnaul, Vladikavkaz, Mineralnye Vody.
The start of Pobeda flights from Sheremetyevo is part of the Aeroflot Group’s strategy until 2028, under which the parent airline will transfer aircraft and part of its domestic routes to the low-cost airline in order to reduce the average cost of economy class air tickets in Russia by 30%.
On March 1, the general director of Pobeda Airlines, Andrei Kalmykov, announced a reduction in airfare.
On April 26 it became known that Pobeda will open flights from Moscow to Baden-Baden from June 3. The company noted that its passengers can also fly from Moscow to Berlin, Riga, Cologne, Gyumri, Larnaca, and Bergamo in the summer.