Pobeda Airlines will resume selling air tickets to Armenia’s Gyumri, TASS reported referring to an official representative of the airline
Sales for the winter flight schedule were suspended in early August due to disagreements with the airport.
“Today we resume selling flights to Gyumri: the airport promised to take all necessary measures to control the quality of the fueling process,” he said.
Earlier, ‘Pobeda’ has suspended the sale of airline tickets for flights to Armenia since the winter season on August 6.
According to the letter from the general manager of the Gyumri Airport, Marcelo Wende, the airport apologized for the incident.
Pobeda has 10 flights per week from Moscow to Gyumri and seven flights a week were planned in the winter season.
The low-cost airline opened flights to Gyumri in December 2016.
The Pobeda low-cost airline is part of the Aeroflot group. The airline fleet consists of 30 Boeing 737NG. In 2018, the company carried 7.1 million passengers, in 2019 it plans to carry at least 10 million people.