Russia’s Transaero Airline to Start Direct Moscow to Malta (EU) Service Using Boeing 737s

Posted: March 3, 2015 in Econ 101, Technology and Energy


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Russian airline to start Moscow-Malta service

Transaero Airlines will launch scheduled flights between Moscow and Malta on April 26, Russian media have reported.

Flights UN385/386 will be operated on Sundays, departing from Moscow Domodedovo airport 2.25 pm arriving at Malta International Airport at 5.55 pm. Departure from Malta will be at 6.45 pm, arriving in Moscow at 11.45 pm.

Transaero, which is a Russian airline, will use Boeing 737 aircraft.

It has a fleet of 103 aircraft and operates 260 routes across Russia, Europe, Asia, the Americas and Africa.


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