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Azimuth Airlines Launches Service Between Krasnodar and Pskov With an Intermediate Stop in Moscow

The southern Russian carrier will offer four weekly flights between Krasnodar and Pskov with an intermediate 45 minute stop at Vnukovo Airport in Moscow. Customers will not need to claim luggage in Moscow and can re-board after passing airport control.

Azimuth Airlines Sukhoi Superjet 100 - Courtesy Azimuth Airlines

Today (November 27, 2020) Azimuth Airlines, the carrier of the south of Russia, announced the launch of new service between Krasnodar and Pskov, with an intermediate stop at Vnukovo Airport in Moscow. Flights will be operated four times weekly with departures from Krasnodar operating on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The departing flight A4301 takes off from Krasnodar at 20:05 and lands in Moscow at 22:05. The flight then departs Moscow at 22:50 and lands in Pskov at 00:10 (+1).

The return service operates on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays with Flight A4302 departing Pskov at 07:00 and landing in Moscow at 08:25. The flight departs Moscow at 09:10 and arrives in Krasnodar at 11:05. Customers flying on the route do not need to collect their luggage in Moscow, as it will continue to their destination. The route is in operation with immediate effect and tickets are now available for purchase on the Azimuth Airlines website.

Source: Azimuth Airlines


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