The Moscow destination traditionally remains the most popular one and it will be operated by Aeroflot and S7 airlines which plan to make up to 8 daily flights on the Nizhny Novgorod – Moscow route. One daily flight to St. Petersburg has been scheduled and it will be operated by IrAero Airlines. People will be able to fly to the northern capital on any day of the week. The winter schedule will still feature Sochi as a highly popular destination where travelers will be carried by Rossiya Airlines (flights being scheduled for Saturdays). What’s more, the regular timetable of Nizhny Novgorod airport will retain the already traditional flights of Azimuth Airlines to Rostov-on-Don, Krasnodar and Perm. The flights of IrAero to Yekaterinburg and Samara will be a novelty of the timetable.
This winter people of Nizhny Novgorod will also be able to visit Novosibirsk and Kazan. The regular international timetable includes flights to Antalya. In this season they will be operated by four airlines (Redwings, Nordwind, Pegas Fly, Royal Flight). Flights to Dubai operated by Azurair (each Friday) as well as by Royal Flight (flextime) will also be added to the timetable.
The lovers of East Asia resorts will be able to fly from Strigino to Phuket and Nha Trang with Azurair and Pegas Fly. What’s more, Nizhny Novgorod residents will be able to take flights to Minsk by Belavia Airlines every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. In addition, a new flight to Yerevan to be operated by Pegas Fly on Satrurdays has been added to the timetable.
For more detail see the airport’s website http://goj.aero/schedule as well as the websites of the above-mentioned airlines.