29 August 2012, Wednesday, 12:26
author: Luboth Kolokolova
International airport "Ufa" prepared a project of flights schedule during the autumn-winter period of 2012-2013, which will be brought into action since October 28.
According to preliminary data, as a result of teamwork of experts of perspective development department of "Ufa" airport arrangements on increasing frequency of regular flights and introduction of new routes are reached with a number of airlines.
Thus, the «Air Arabia» airlines plan to start flights on the route Ufa — Shardzha with frequency two times a week.
The «Czech airlines» plan to increase frequency of carried out flights Ufa – Prague to three times a week.
The "FlyDubai" airlines increase frequency of flights Ufa – Dubai to three times a week.
The «Ural airlines traditionally during the autumn-winter period enters flight Ufa – Dubai (once a week).
The «Turkish airlines» keep the increased during summertime frequency of flights Ufa – Istanbul (five times a week).
The «Transaero» airlines continue to perform also the increased frequency of daily flights Ufa – Moscow (two times a day). Besides, the given airlines continue a daily flight on the route Ufa – St.-Petersburg.
"Yamal" airlines will continue performance of flights Ufa – Moscow six times a week.
"Utair" airlines will continue during the forthcoming autumn-winter period flights Ufa – Tyumen, Ufa – New Urengoi two times a week.
"Rusline" airlines plan flights Ufa – Yekaterinburg six times a week.
"Taimyr" airlines will continue to carry out flights on the route Norilsk – Ufa – Baku (once a week).
As perspective development department of itinerary-route network of "Ufa" airport informs, charter flights by «Orenburg airlines» (Ufa — Shardzha, Ufa – Hurgada, Ufa – Goa); «Ural airlines» (Ufa – Hurgada, Ufa – Sharm el-Sheikh); "Utair" (Ufa – Bangkok); "Transaero" (Ufa — Hurgada, Ufa — Dubai) are under negotiation now.
In total about 40 airlines are served at the Ufa airport. The greatest growth of passenger traffic is marked at the international directions.