Domodedovo opens flights to the Turkish resort of Dalaman
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Domodedovo opens flights to the Turkish resort of Dalaman

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04-09-2024
 

The partner of Moscow Domodedovo Airport - Ural Airlines - on April 27 will start operating flights to Dalaman, a Turkish resort on the Mediterranean coast. Flights to Dalaman are scheduled three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Transportation will be carried out within the framework of a charter program jointly with tour operators.

Since March 31, Ural Airlines has also been flying daily from Domodedovo Airport to Istanbul, these flights are regular. And since the beginning of April, the airline has been operating charter flights to Antalya, traditionally one of the most popular cities in Turkey for holidays.

In total, the carrier's spring-summer schedule includes eight international destinations from DME: Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.

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