During the period of autumn/winter 2012-2013 navigation (from October till March) the passengers of Kurumoch International Airport are welcome to fly directly to Russia’s North Region, the Urals, Central and European parts of our country, States of the former Soviet Union (Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Uzbekistan) as well as Middle East and Europe.
Moscow destination still reserves the highest regularity of flights. During the upcoming season this route will be operated by “Transaero”, “UTair”, “S7 Airlines” and “Aeroflot – Russian Airlines”. Besides, “Aeroflot” and “S7 Airlines” are planning to launch one more additional flight each. Therefore, the passengers will be able to choose the best departure and arrival times in order to arrange their business meetings or further journeys all around the world.
Kurumoch will also handle more flights to Yekaterinburg. The number of flights per week will be increased up to 10 instead of 7. ”RusLine” will now operate its flights twice a day on Mondays and Fridays (mornings and evenings) but also will offer one flight per day on Wednesdays and Sundays. Yekaterinburg destination is also operated regularly by “UTair” and “Ural Airlines”.
The residents of the Samara Region will get the opportunity of choosing connection flights via Yekaterinburg to Ufa, Bloyarsky, Tashkent, Novosibirsk and Mirny on Mondays; to Perm, Surgut, Bangkok, Osh and Bishkek on Wednesdays; to Perm, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Bishkek, Chita and Dushanbe on Fridays.
The flights from Samara to Dushanbe operated by “Ural Airlines” will also become more frequent. Starting from November 2013 this destination will be available for passengers twice a week.
Kurumoch charter flight programme in the following season will be much more intensive than it used to be. Flights to Egypt will depart from Samara airport 7 times a week instead of 4 flights last winter. There will be more charters to India and UAE; together with the existing regular flights to Dubai tour operators are launching additional charter flights to this resort city. It is also planned to connect Samara with Sharjah which is now becoming more popular among Russian tourists. By the way the flight programme of Kurumoch airport will be filled up with such newcomers as Israel and Jordan, the tourists will have an opportunity to visit the holy places as well as to spend their vacation on the Dead Sea resorts. Moreover starting from this autumn Samara tourists will be welcome on board of the planes flying to Aqaba, which is a famous health resort in Jordan located on the Red Sea not far from Israel city Eilat.
The autumn/winter season schedule of Kurumoch International Airport will operate starting from October 28, 2012.