Дата: 01-02-17 13:35

New Russian-Bulgarian pact gives access to more carriers

Russian and Bulgarian government representatives have upgraded the states’ bilateral air services pact, allowing two designated carriers on key routes.

The talks in Sofia on 24-25 January discussed the “significant” increase in traffic between the two countries, says a record of the meeting released by Russian air transport regulator Rosaviatsia.

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Two airlines from each side will be allowed to operate the Moscow-Sofia, Moscow-Varna and Moscow-Burgas routes.

The two sides also agreed to double the frequency of flights available to 14 for Moscow-Sofia, and to 28 weekly for Moscow-Burgas, and treble the number for Moscow-Varna to 21.

Aeroflot and Bulgaria Air currently operate scheduled flights between the two capitals, according to FlightGlobal’s network database, while only S7 Airlinesserves Moscow-Burgas and Moscow-Varna.

Источник информации: Flight Global

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