Aeroflot LCC subsidiary Pobeda Airlines has begun selling tickets for Krasnodar-Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen service, which will begin Oct. 30. The twice-weekly Boeing 737-800 flights will become the carrier’s first international service from the city in the south of the country. Pobeda’s current network from Krasnodar includes flights to Moscow Vnukovo, St. Petersburg and Yekaterinburg. Pobeda, which has launched most international flights from its Moscow ...

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