The number of flights to Antalya increased from Domodedovo Airport

The number of flights to Antalya increased from Domodedovo Airport


S7 Airlines has increased the frequency of flights to Antalya. Now flights to the popular Russian resort by the airline will be operated twice a day with departures from Domodedovo Airport at 20:55 and 08:55 (on Saturdays – at 07:55). The flights are operated on an Airbus A320-200 aircraft. The travel time is 5 hours.

In addition to S7, IrAero and Ural Airlines also fly from Domodedovo to Antalya. In addition to Antalya, flights are operated to other cities of Turkey – Adana, Bodrum, Dalaman, Istanbul.

In total, more than 40 foreign destinations are available from Domodedovo Airport in the summer season, 18 of which are unique to the Moscow air hub.

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