Pobeda Airlines

The Boeing 737-800 of the lowcost Pobeda Airlines in the air (Photo by Leonid Faerberg / Transport-Photo Images)

The Boeing 737-800 of the lowcost Pobeda Airlines in the air (Photo by Leonid Faerberg / Transport-Photo Images)

Base airports
Moscow (Vnukovo)
Boeing 737-800 (12)
Passengers served in 2015
address: 4, 22km Kiev Highway, Moscow, 142784
phone: +7 (499) 215-2300
e-mail: feedback@pobeda.aero
site: http://www.pobeda.aero

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Aeroflot Group’s low-cost subsidiary is now targeting 12 million passengers this year, short of its initial projections

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Aeroflot Group companies experienced mixed results in 2019

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Russian airlines’ traffic grew by 10.2 per cent last year, air transport authority reports

In 2019, the country’s airlines collectively carried a record number of 128.1 million passengers
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