Ural Airlines Planned New Routes in S16

Ural Airlines in summer 2016 season is introducing a number of new service, including expanded operations from St. Petersburg. Planned new service as follow.

Chelyabinsk – Bourgas eff 29APR16 1 weekly A320
Ekaterinburg – Batumi 20APR16 – 14OCT16 2 weekly A320
Ekaterinburg – Copenhagen 31MAY16 – 11OCT16 1 weekly A320
Ekaterinburg – Helsinki 01JUN16 – 14OCT16 2 weekly A320 (Previously reported)
Ekaterinburg – Paris CDG eff 24MAR16 1 weekly A320 (Previously reported)
Ekaterinburg – Varna 27MAY16 – 16SEP16 1 weekly A319
Irkutsk – Changchun eff 30MAY16 1 weekly A320
Irkutsk – Khabarovsk eff 19MAY16 1 weekly A320
Moscow Domodedovo – Lisbon eff 01MAY16 1 weekly A319 (2 weekly from 02JUN16)
Moscow Domodedovo – Tomsk eff 15APR16 1 daily A320
Novosibirsk – Beijing 18MAY16 – 21OCT16 2 weekly A320
Novosibirsk – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 16MAY16 1 weekly A320 (Previously reported)
Perm – Bourgas 01JUN16 – 21SEP16 1 weekly A320
St. Petersburg – Barcelona 30APR16 – 15OCT16 1 weekly A321 (2 weekly 31MAY16 – 20SEP16)
St. Petersburg – Batumi eff 16MAY16 1 weekly A320 (2 weekly from 26MAY16)
St. Petersburg – Kemerovo eff 27APR16 2 weekly A320
St. Petersburg – Larnaca eff 27APR16 3 weekly A321 (4 weekly from 30MAY16)
St. Petersburg – Novosibirsk eff 18MAY16 2 weekly A320
St. Petersburg – Rimini 30APR16 – 15OCT16 1 weekly A321


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