The Russian airline Red Wings Airlines has announced that it will introduce a new destination to its flight schedule next month – Belgrade. The service will be available three times a week and will be launched on June 12.
The flights will be carried out by an Airbus A320 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from the Moscow Domodedovo Airport.
On June 12, the fare in one direction, from Moscow to Belgrade, without luggage, will amount to RUB 8,792 (around EUR 118), whereas the flight from Belgrade to Moscow will be more expensive at RUB 12,689 (around EUR 171).
Red Wings Airlines was founded in 1999. It carries out regular and charter flights throughout the year to the most popular tourist destinations.