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Residents of the Amur region until March 2016 will fly to Moscow by Ikar airlines

From 26 October 2015 on 26 March 2016 between Blagoveshchensk and Moscow will fly the airline company "Icarus" (Pegas Fly), replacing the earlier flying "VIM-Avia"

Residents of the Amur region until March 2016 will fly to Moscow by Ikar airlines
Ikar Airlines (Pegas Fly) has launched ticket sales on the Blagoveshchensk-Moscow route, making a schedule for a new route until March 2016.

As reported on the airline's website, a direct flight Moscow-Blagoveshchensk will be operated every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. In the opposite direction (Blagoveshchensk - Moscow) - every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

The announced rates for the winter period range from 14,5 thousand rubles one way. The duration of the flight program from October 26 of the current year to March 26 2016.

As reported, in early October, negotiations were held between representatives of Ikar Airlines and the leadership of the Amur Region. After leaving the Aeroflot region (Russia Airlines, a member of the Aeroflot group, flew to Blagoveshchensk) and in connection with Transaero’s bankruptcy, the Amur Region authorities are looking for other carriers that will operate the direct Blagoveshchensk-Moscow-Blagoveshchensk flight.

Earlier, VIM-Avia took over the daily flight, the first flight to Moscow took place on October 15.

In May 2015, Rossiya canceled flights on the Moscow (Sheremetyevo) -Blagoveshchensk route, which operated from August 2014 every day to Boeing-767-300. The reason for the cancellation is that "Russia" decided not to operate aircraft of this type in its fleet, and the runway at Blagoveshchensk airport does not meet the technical requirements for receiving other types of aircraft that the airline uses - A320.