Russian subsidiary company of Aeroflot will commence flights to Cyprus this summer. Low-cost carrier is called “Pobeda” and was created just 2 years ago. Currently it is based in the airport Vnukovo in Moscow.
CEO of “Pobeda” Andrei Kalmykov has pointed out that this became possible after Russian Flight Authority has lifted the restrictions on the number of airline carriers between Cyprus and Russia. After final approval, regular flights from Moscow to Paphos and Larnaca will start.
Kalmykov forecasts that low prices for the tickets will have a positive impact on the overall number of tourists in Cyprus.