From the end of February, the number of flights to Turkey from Russia will increase: tourists will be transported to Istanbul from two cities at once on budget flights. We are talking about the route of the low-cost carrier (that is, the low-cost carrier) Pobeda from Makhachkala and Kazan.
The details that were announced in the press service of the low-cost carrier and which are already broadcast by the Turkish media are as follows. Flights from Kazan will start on February 22, they will be operated three times a week – on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. From Makhachkala, the low-cost airline will launch a route to Istanbul on February 23, also three times a week – on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
As for prices, at the moment Pobeda offers tickets to Istanbul for the first flights from Kazan at a price of 14.6 to 22.8 thousand rubles. one way depending on the fare. In the first days of March, their cost drops to 12-17 thousand rubles.
Recall that in December, the low-cost airline restored flights from Moscow to Istanbul, as well as Antalya and Alanya. From Moscow to fly to Istanbul costs the same 12-17 thousand rubles.
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