RusLine Airlines, one of the leading players in the regional transportation market in Russia, has published its flight schedule for the 2020/2021 winter schedule. In total, RusLine will operate flights to more than 40 destinations, most of which connect the regional centers of Russia with each other.

Flights from the capital's Vnukovo airport will be operated on 7 airlines. Most of RusLine's flights will be from Yekaterinburg - 10 destinations, St. Petersburg - 8 destinations, Naryan-Mar and Voronezh in 5 destinations, as well as from Syktyvkar and Kazan in 4 destinations. The flights will be operated by Bombardier CRJ-100/200.

“For many years we have been connecting the regional centers of Russia to allow passengers from the regions to travel as quickly and comfortably as residents of Moscow and St. Petersburg, without having to buy tickets with multiple connections. Thus, during the autumn-winter navigation period, most of RusLine's flights will again connect the regions with direct flights. Tickets are already available, they can be purchased in two clicks on the website of our airline, ”commented Alexander Krutov, Commercial Director of RusLine.

Detailed information on flights can be found on the website of the airline rusline.aero