OREANDA-NEWS. On October 25 UTair will transition to the Autumn-Winter flight schedule. During the autumn-winter period UTair plans to perform flights on more than 100 routes, including international routes connecting Russia with Azerbaijan, Armenia, Lithuania, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine.

In addition, during the autumn-winter period UTair will launch a completely new flight from Moscow to Grozny. UTair will also resume flights between Kazan and Lipetsk.

UTair also plans to increase flight frequency on a number of routes on the new schedule. Flights between Moscow and Kogalym will be performed three times per week, while the number of weekly flights between Moscow and Belgorod will be increased to two. Moscow-Nizhnekamsk flights will now be performed with Boeing 737-500 aircraft, significantly decreasing the flight time.

Additionally, in accordance with schedule optimization measures, new departure times will be introduced for flights departing from Moscow to Saint-Petersburg, Nizhnekamsk, Khanty-Mansiysk, Magnitogorsk, Syktyvkar, Kaliningrad, Chelyabinsk and from Saint Petersburg to Nizhny Novgorod.

For further information on flights, airfares and special offers, visit www.utair.ru or contact the UTair helpdesk at 8-800-234-00-88 (toll-free in Russia) or +7 (3452) 298-888 for international calls.

UTair Aviationis the core enterprise of UTair Group. In 2014 UTair Group fleet transported 11,204,598 passengers, achieving a 7% increase over the previous year. UTair flies to more than 150 destinations, including 70 unique destinations. UTair Group headquarters are located in Surgut. UTair maintains its main hub at Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow, where over 160 UTair flights are scheduled daily.