Pobeda launches flights from Leipzig/Halle to Moscow

Pobeda started linking Leipzig/Halle with Moscow today. The Russian budget airline is flying to Moscow Vnukovo Airport three times a week.

The flights between Leipzig/Halle and Moscow take off every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The airline is using Boeing 737-800 aircraft on this route.

Moscow Vnukovo, which is situated about 30 kilometres south-west of the centre of Moscow, has its own rail link and offers many connecting flights to domestic and international destinations. Passengers can reach Kiyevsky station and the metro station there (Kiyevskaya) in 35 minutes by using the Aeroexpress service. There is a bus link between the airport and the Yugo-Zapadnaya metro station.

Flights can be booked for as little as EUR 35 per route on the Internet at pobeda.aero, at online flight and travel portals or at travel agents.
"We are very pleased that our partnership with the German market turned out to be so successful, and now we have connected this beautiful city of Leipzig with Moscow! I am sure that the new flights from Leipzig/Halle will enjoy high demand!" says Andrey Kalmykov, General Director of Pobeda.

About Pobeda

Pobeda is the budget airline within the Aeroflot Group.
Pobeda not only operates flights from Moscow to Leipzig/Halle in Germany, but also to the airports at Baden-Baden, Cologne/Bonn and Memmingen – and it has a service between St Petersburg and Cologne/Bonn.
Overall, it is operating services to about 80 destinations during this summer timetable, 44 of them destinations from Moscow. The airline carried 4.6 million passengers in 2017.


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