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

Articles on Pobeda Airlines

Pobeda Airlines expects to have expanded its 737-800 fleet to 20 units by year-end

Pobeda Airlines to triple number of regional flights this summer

Planned route network and fleet expansion measures should play a part
Antalya is among the most popular leisure destinations for Russian travelers

More designated carriers to fly between Moscow, Antalya

The weekly frequency will thus reach seven flights
Pobeda will also get some 737s from sister company Aeroflot

Pobeda Airlines gets two new Boeing 737-800s

They became another step in the fleet expansion of Russia's only low cost carrier.
Aeroflot Group is planning to bring its total fleet up to 350 airframes in 2018

Aeroflot Group mulling large order for Boeing, Airbus narrowbodies

Russia's flag carrier will stick to having both types in its fleet
Boeing has seen a flurry of aircraft orders from Russian carriers

INTERVIEW: Sanctions “continuous anxiety factor” - Boeing International vice-president

Sergey Kravchenko speaks of his company's cooperation with the Russian aerospace industry and stresses the need for more low-fares airlines in the country
Pobeda is cutting its costs consistently to increase its profit

Pobeda traffic forecast to grow 5% in 2017

The LCC expects to have served over 4.5 million passengers this year
Aeroflot Group reported a growth in revenue thanks to new additions to its total fleet

Aeroflot Group blames fuel prices for poor EBITDA

The group's fuel expenses spiked 25.5% in the first half of 2017
Aeroflot Group is not disclosing the delivery schedule

Aeroflot Group to acquire six new Boeing 777s

Russia's largest carrier Aeroflot currently has 16 777-300ERs in its fleet
Aeroflot Group comprises four airlines, including Russia's flag carrier of the same name

Aeroflot Group fleet expanded by three aircraft in June

Five airliners were delivered and two phased out
Turkey has already designated its third carrier, while Russia has yet to do so

Russia, Turkey approve more carriers between Moscow, Istanbul

AtlasGlobal is the third designated Turkish airline on the route linking the capital cities of that country and Russia
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