Sputnik Vitaly Belousov
The Russian low-cost airline “Pobeda” announced today, Saturday, that it will start “no destination” flights.
In an interview with “Novosti” news agency, a spokeswoman for the company, which is a branch of the “Aeroflot” group of Russian airlines, said: “We are not the ones who invented this type of flight, as we are talking about a global trend that our company (Pobeda) decided to support. There are travelers ready to ride. The plane loves to travel, because they find that a pleasure, and it is a pleasure for us as well. At this stage, we will implement two special test flights from Moscow to Moscow. “
The spokeswoman added that tickets for the two trips that will be carried out over the ancient Russian cities known under the name “Golden Ring” were sold out within a few minutes.
She indicated that the company is currently looking into requests from various regions of the country whose authorities have expressed a desire to organize similar flights in their cities.