RusLine Airlines resumes flights from Kaluga to Kazan and Yekaterinburg (via Kazan) from June 2. The press service of the carrier told TRN about this.
As it became known, flights will be operated twice a week on 50-seat Canadian Bombardier CRJ100/200 aircraft. Travel time to Kazan will be 1 hour 50 minutes, and to Yekaterinburg – 4 hours. The cost of a one-way ticket in the direction of Kaluga – Kazan – from 5,157 rubles, and Kaluga – Yekaterinburg – from 9,500 rubles (including all airline fees, agency service fees are possible).
“Following of its long-term strategy, RusLine continues to connect regions across Russia. So, in the spring-summer schedule, the airline resumes flights from Kaluga to Kazan and Yekaterinburg. Kazan will become a transit point for the flight from Kaluga to Yekaterinburg. For the convenience of passengers, flights are docked so that a stop in Tatarstan will be only 45 minutes. I am sure that these flight destinations will be popular with passengers from all three regions, as they will allow you to quickly, comfortably and safely travel between cities,”, comments Alexander Krutov, Deputy General Director for Commerce at RusLine Airlines.