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Irkutsk airline expands its Siberian routes

By The Siberian Times reporter
14 January 2013

Angara Airlines, based in Irkutsk, has launched new flights from Novosibirsk to Irkutsk and diamond-mining Mirny in the Sakha Republic.

'Passengers can use Novosibirsk airport as a transfer point when flying to the cities in Russia, CIS and abroad, and strengthens its position as a major hub in Siberia'. Picture: Angara Airlines

Another route, which begins this week, links Novosibirsk and Chita. 

'The opening of flights from Novosibirsk to other Siberian cities expands the route network of Novosibirsk International Airport (Tolmachevo),' said an airport spokesman.

'It also gives passengers the opportunity to use Novosibirsk airport as a transfer point when flying to the cities in Russia, CIS and abroad, and strengthens its position as a major hub in Siberia'.

Angara Airlines is based in Irkutsk. The flights will be operated by the 'new generation' An-148-100E aircraft. 

The airlines operates a fleet of entirely Russian aircraft. 

Comments (1)

cute little plane)))) this is what they should develop in Siberia isnt is, to make the connection between its different areas better
Tania, Switzerland
16/01/2013 12:10
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