Utair connected 9 cities of Russia to Sochi with nonstop flights

Utair connected 9 cities of Russia to Sochi with nonstop flights

14 June 2019

During the spring and summer of 2019 Utair operates flights to Sochi from Astrakhan, Volgograd, Vladikavkaz, Krasnodar, Mineralny Vody, Moscow, Nizhnevartovsk, Surgut, and Tyumen.

Thanks to these flights, residents of the regions will be able to fly to the most popular Russian resort directly, without changing flights in Moscow.

Wednesday, Friday, Sunday at 13:20 — departure from Astrakhan

Wednesday, Friday, Sunday at 10:00 — departure from Sochi

Sunday at 15:30 — departure from Volgograd

Wednesday at 9:50 — departure from Sochi

Tuesday, Saturday at 12:45 — departure from Vladikavkaz 

Tuesday, Saturday at 10:45 — departure from Sochi

Daily at 8:15, 14:35 and 18:25 — departure from Krasnodar

Daily at 10:35, 16:20 and 20:20 — departure from Sochi

Monday, Thursday at 12:25 — departure from Mineralny Vody

Monday, Thursday at 10:25 — departure from Sochi

Daily at 10:45, 14:45, 17:35, 21:50, 00:20 — departure from Moscow

Daily at 1:15, 6:00, 14:00, 18:10, 20:55 — departure from Sochi

Friday, Sunday at 18:20 — departure from Nizhnevartovsk

Friday, Sunday at 10:50 — departure from Sochi

Daily at 07:20 — departure from Surgut

Daily at 10:50 — departure from Sochi

Tuesday, Friday at 8:40, Saturday at 6:05 — departure from Tyumen

Tuesday, Friday at 11:35, Saturday at 8:55 — departure from Sochi

“This season Utair goes on to actively expand its route map by connecting the regional capitals directly to the major cities of the Russian South. Travellers from all over Russia will be able to enjoy Utair’s direct service not only to Sochi, but Anapa, Gelendzhik, and Krasnodar as well,” comments Pavel Permyakov, CEO of Utair – Passenger Airlines. 

Utair is the most punctual airline in Russia in 2018. According to the Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsiya) rating, the company performed 99.18% of flights on schedule or with minimum delays up to 2 hours. In 2018, passenger traffic increased by 8.7%, to 7.9 million passengers.

Utair flies to 150 destinations, more than 60 of which are available only to passengers of the company. Utair has 11 hubs throughout the country: in Ufa, Ekaterinburg, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, Mineralnye Vody, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, Sochi, Surgut, Tyumen, and Khanty-Mansiysk. The main transfer point is Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow, which offers more than 160 Utair flights daily. The headquarters of Utair is located in Surgut.