Russian airline company Orenair targets 10-15% passenger traffic increase in 2016

Orenair plane

The Russian airline company Orenair targets passenger traffic increase of 10-15% in 2016, through opening of flights to the Black Sea resorts. The company launched Krasnodar-Gelendzhik regional service, which has not been operated for 20 years, which will be commenced on April 25. The airline company Orenair based two 17-seat L410s at Stavropol airport in the south of Russia, which should connect Stavropol with the cities on the Black Sea and to launch Sochi-Anapa service.

“I think that this year we can increase passenger traffic by 10-15% due to the filling of seats in the framework of the development program on the flights of the Black Sea resorts. As part of our summer program, the airline Orenair today launched Sochi-Krasnodar flight, a little later start operate flights Krasnodar, Gelendzhik”, said the CEO of airline Orenair, Sergey Mordvintsev. “Entering the new regional market we plan to offer an alternative to railroad and highway transportation”, added he.

Orenburg Airlines or JSC Orenair is an airline with its head office on the property of Orenburg Tsentralny Airport in Orenburg, Russia. It operates domestic passenger services and inclusive tour charters, as well as aerial work and special flights. Its main base is Orenburg Tsentralny Airport, with hubs at Domodedovo and Orsk.

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