Ural Airlines, one of the largest and fastest growing Russian carriers, switched over to the winter flight schedule. From October 29, 2017 through March 24, 2018 the airline operates flights to more than 150 destinations in 23 countries.
Ural Airlines flies popular routes from Moscow to Warsaw, Munich, Salzburg, and Geneva. Passengers departing from St. Petersburg can book flights to Tenerife, Barcelona and Tel Aviv.
Passengers departing from Ural’s capital Ekaterinburg will enjoy enhanced frequency of flights to Prague, Dubai, Paris, and Tel Aviv. New routes from Ekaterinburg include Ordos (Mongolia) and Changchun, in North-East China. It also launched flights to Krasnoyarsk (Siberia), Rostov-on-Don (Southern Federal District of Russia), and Khabarovsk (South-East Russia).
Ural Airlines ranks among the top Russian airlines in terms of air traffic volume in January – September 2017. In 2016 the air carrier provided services to 6.4 million passengers.