Ural Airlines, the Russian air carrier, has increased the number of flights from Prague to Moscow Zhukovsky Airport with effect from the start of the summer schedule. Under the summer timetable, the carrier will service flights between the two cities on a daily basis with added frequencies on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. The route was launched on 26 February 2018 and is operated by the airline using Airbus A321s for 220 passengers. At the moment, the carrier offers connections from Prague to a total of three destinations.
Zhukovsky Airport is located close to the Russian capital, about an hour’s drive. The flight time between Prague and the airport is about two hours and 45 minutes.
From Prague, passengers can also use Ural Airlines’ regular scheduled flights to Yekaterinburg (up to six times a week) and Krasnodar (twice a week). Thanks to comfortable transfers in Yekaterinburg, travellers can then continue to additional destinations within the region or in neighbouring countries.
Tickets are available for purchase via the carrier’s website: .
About Ural Airlines:
JSC Ural Airlines is one of the most important air carriers in Russia with regard to the number of passengers transported. In 2018, the carrier handled over 9,000,579 passengers (+13% compared to 2017). Ural Airlines has received a number of national and international awards, namely the Wings of Russia, the Safety Leaders Awards, the Best Russian Social Projects, the National Geographic Traveler Award, the Time of Innovations and more. The carrier’s network offers passengers connections to over 200 destinations. The Ural Airlines’ fleet comprises 45 Airbus aircraft: 24 A320s, 16 A321s and five A319s.
About Václav Havel Airport Prague:
Václav Havel Airport Prague is one of Europe's fastest growing airports in the category of 10 to 25 million handled passengers a year. It is also one of the largest and most important air hubs in the Czech Republic. In 2018, a record 16.8 million passengers passed through the gates of the airport and over 155 thousand take-offs and landings were performed. Under the 2019 summer schedule, 69 airlines operate their flights from Prague, connecting it with 162 destinations worldwide, including 16 long-haul routes. Prague Airport, the operator of Václav Havel Airport Prague, employs 2,500 people, while an estimated additional 14,000 are employed by companies located within the airport’s premises and linked to its operations.
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