S7 Airlines, member of oneworld alliance, announces the switch to the summer schedule since March 31st 2013. The schedule will remain in effect until October 26th 2013. During this period the carrier will be performing flights on 134 routes to 25 countries.
"The passengers of S7 Airlines will be able to choose from new flights, including the flights to popular European resorts. The flights from Moscow to Athens will be performed on Wednesdays and Saturdays since April 27th. S7 will also open regular flights to Genoa (Italy) on April 20th. The city is located at the Coast of Ligurian Sea. Its geographic location makes it suitable not only for tours through a country, but also for visiting France and Monaco", - said in the carrier’s statement.
In addition, weekly flights from Moscow to Zadar (Croatia) will be performed on Saturdays since June 15th 2013. Zadar is located on the coast of Adriatic Sea. The carrier will also resume flights to other popular Croatian resorts: Dubrovnik, Split and Pula in June.
S7 Airlines will also resume flights to Palma de Majorca (Spain) and Dublin (Ireland). The frequency of flights from Moscow to Burgas and Varna (Bulgaria), Alicante and Valencia (Spain), Tivat (Montenegro), Kiev (Ukraine) and Volgograd. The traditional flights from Novosibirsk to Burgas and Varna, Simferopol (Ukraine), Sochi and Anapa will also be resumed in the network of summer schedule.
S7 Airlines will continue performing flights to Hong Kong from Novosibirsk, Khabarovsk and Vladivostok; to Tokyo – from Khabarovsk and Vladivostok; to Beijing – from nine cities of Russia.
"All the flights of S7 Airlines are performed using advanced Boeing and Airbus aircraft. The carrier’s fleet comprises 51 aircraft – 20 Airbus A319s, 15 Airbus A320s, 1 Airbus A310, 2 long-haul Boeing 767s, 4 Boeing 737-400s and 9 Boeing 737-800NGs. S7 Airlines will take delivery of another two Airbus A320 aircraft soon", - the airline’s press-service noted.