Fourth Moscow airport taking the first flight on 12 September

Airport “Zhukovskiy”, which became the fourth in the Moscow hub, will receive its first flight on September 12. About it reported in a press-service of JSC “Rampart Aero.

The company said that the first flight will be operated by the airline “Belavia”. The flights will be operated by the aircraft type Embrarier 175.

Flights to Minsk — Airport Zhukovsky plan to run every day on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The cost of the ticket is one — from €34, in both directions — from €63.

From the new airport will be flying to Austria, Bulgaria, UK, Hungary, Germany, Georgia, Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Czech Republic and the United States, said “Interfax”. From the air port will fly the airline “Yamal”, “Ural airlines”, “Siberia”, “Vim-Avia”, “Win”, “Angara”, “Taimyr”, “azure air” and “North wind”. Appropriate authorisation was issued by the Ministry of transport of Russia on August 22.

New civil airport was built on the base airfield of the Flight test Institute. Gromov — chief of the Soviet aviation test Institute. At the end of may 2016, the official ceremony of the opening of the airport.

As reported by the authorities of the Moscow region in 2017 will be reconstructed and widened the road from the city of Zhukovsky in the same airport.