Posted by Matt Falcus | Posted in Airline News, Eastern Europe, Italy, Miscellaneous Spotting, Russia, Russia and CIS, Spotting News, Western Europe | Posted on 27-06-2012
Russian airline Transaero has been focusing on Italy in its latest expansion plans.
It recently inaugurated flights between Moscow Vnukovo and Rome Fiumicino, which now runs 5x weekly using Boeing 737 aircraft. The maiden flight was operated by one of the airline’s Boeing 777-200 aircraft as part of the publicity surrounding the event.
Additionally, Transaero will begin flights from Moscov Vnukovo to Venice, St. Petersburg to Rome Fiumicino, and St. Petersburg to Milan Malpensa from tomorrow.
Then, from 30th June, it will begin flights from Moscow Vnukovo to Milan Malpensa.
The airline is hoping to drastically increase its presence in the Italian market, and with its ever expanding fleet of modern aircraft, you will start to see more and more of their colours at Italian airports.
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