Sochi and Magas will be connected by direct flights

Sochi and Magas will be connected by direct flights

Flights from the resort to the capital of Ingushetia will start on January 5. They will be carried out by the Azimut airline. Flights will be operated once a week, on Fridays.

- Departure from Sochi will be at 10:20, arrival in Magas at 11:40. In the opposite direction, the plane will depart from Magas at 12:40 and arrive in Sochi at 13:55. The cost of tickets starts from 888 rubles one way, the airline said.

Azimut Airlines will also increase the number of flights during the Christmas holidays. Added flights on December 30 and January 6 to Sochi from Yaroslavl and back, and on December 29 and January 5 from Penza.
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