YEREVAN, April 16. / ARKA /. Russian UTair airline said today that it starts April 21 operating flights between Moscow and Yerevan. The company will fly a Boeing 737-500 aircraft to transport passengers between the two capital cities. Flight duration is said to be 3 hours.
"The cost of a one-way ticket bought three days in advance will be equivalent to 49 euros. If it is bought less than 3 days before the departure the cost is 69 euros", the airline said in a statement posted on its official website.
UTair is one of the three leading Russian airlines. In 2013, it transported 9,625,295 passengers UTair operates more than 150 aircraft making flights to 110 destinations.
Its main hub is at Vnukovo airport in Moscow, from where it operates more than 100 daily flights. -0-