Special airline launches delivery of Russian tourists to Turkish resorts

Special airline launches delivery of Russian tourists to Turkish resorts

The Turkish airline Southwind Airlines, created specifically to deliver Russians to Turkish resorts, has announced the launch of flights to Russia. The corresponding statement was published in the carrier's press release.

Southwind Airlines, part of the Pegas Touristik holding, has published the first information about its flights from Russia to Turkey. According to the data, the first flight will take place on August 2 from Ufa to Antalya, the main beach city of the country.

Six flights a week are planned on Airbus A321 aircraft, designed for 220 seats. In addition, the fleet of Southwind Airlines, based in Antalya, includes two wide-body airliners A330 and one A321.

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