On October 27, Moscow Domodedovo Airport launched its autumn-winter schedule, offering new opportunities and routes for passengers.
On the first day of the autumn-winter period, Air Astana transferred its Moscow flights to Domodedovo Airport. The airline is carrying out 11 weekly flights to Nur-Sultan and 2 weekly flights to Almaty.
Starting October 28, Ural Airlines is resuming direct flights to Surgut. In the upcoming winter, the carrier is opening four weekly flights to London.
Red Wings Airlines and Smartavia are launching services to Vladikavkaz, Kaliningrad, Orenburg, Rostov-on-Don, and Ulan-Ude. The carriers are increasing the number of flights to Yerevan, Namangan, and Samarkand. On November 1, the airline is opening charter flights to Istanbul.
Etihad Airways is adding a second daily flight to Abu-Dhabi in the autumn-winter period.
On December 25, S7 Airlines will start offering flights to Milan. During the New Year holidays, the carrier is performing daily flights to Milan. Since January 15, the airline is performing three weekly flights to Milan. On December 17, S7 Airlines is launching four weekly flights to Geneva. Moreover, the carrier is resuming its traditional winter services to Turin, Plovdiv, Chambery, Innsbruck, and Salzburg. The airline is also resuming domestic flights to Belgorod, Murmansk, Mineralnye Vody, Krasnodar, and Sochi, as well as increasing flight frequency on the destinations.
IrAero is performing services to Novy Urengoy, and Kokshetau.