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Pobeda Airways aims to broaden its airline routes to Central Asia


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Samarkand (Uzbekistan) – April 23 – A representative of the company told reporters that the low-cost carrier Pobeda is interested in expanding its airline network to Central Asia, in particular to Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
“We are interested in expanding the route network to Central Asia. On April 21, we opened a new direction for us – Samarkand, and we would also like to start flying to Bukhara. We are working on obtaining permits for two-way flights to Kyrgyzstan – Bishkek and Osh, ”said the representative.
Pobeda is a Russian low-cost airline, which is part of the Aeroflot group. You operate Boeing aircraft.

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Now Pobeda flies to five countries: Belarus, Uzbekistan, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and Armenia.

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