Russia Certifies Ural, Yamal to Fly to Bulgaria’s Burgas, Plovdiv from Moscow’s Zhukovsky Airport
Two Russian airlines have been certified for scheduled flights to two Bulgarian cities from Zhukovsky Airport near Moscow, the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency has said.
Ural Airlines has been issed a permit to fly to the Black Sea city of Burgas seven times a week, the agency, known by its Russian acronym Rosaviatsiya, announced on Monday.
Yamal Airlines has been certified for flying to Bulgaria’s second biggest city of Plovdiv four times a week.
Zhukovsky, Moscow’s fourth international airport, opened on 30 May 2016. Located 43 kilometers from central Moscow, Zhukovsky airport will initially serve four million passengers a year. Passenger numbers are expected to increase to 12 million by 2020, when construction is complete, according to Russian media reports.
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