‘Pobeda’ low-cost carrier will suspend flights to Armenia’s Gyumri from the winter season, TASS reported referring to the airline’s source.
The decision to suspend flights is reportedly connected with the systematic underfilling of fuel at the Gyumri airport.
According to the source, ‘Pobeda’ repeatedly appealed to the airport management with a demand to solve the fuel issue, but in vain.
Until the end of the summer season, 'Pobeda' will carry out all planned flights to Gyumri to not let its customers down, but from the winter season, ticket sales on this route have been suspended.
'Pobeda' operates 10 flights a week from Moscow to Gyumri now while seven flights a week were planned in the winter season. The low-cost airline opened flights to Gyumri in December 2016.