The first scheduled flight to Chisinau took place on April 29 in the Koltsovo International Airport (member of the Airports of Regions Holding). Embraer-190 of Air Moldova departed from Ekaterinburg at 04.00 and successfully landed in the capital of Moldova at 06.00 local time.
Flights between Ekaterinburg and Chisinau will be made twice per week during the first months of flights. An increase to three flights weekly is scheduled from May 30.
Executive Director of the Koltsovo Airport
Air Moldova offers tickets at lucrative prices for 25 destinations, including seven Italian cities, with romantic Venice and Milan, the paradise for shopping fans, among them. Furthermore, it is possible to fly from the Chisinau Airport to Portugal, Spain, Belgium, France, and other countries.
Ekaterinburg has become the fourth Russian city after Moscow, St. Petersburg and Krasnodar being the destination for flights of the Moldavian carrier. The aircraft fleet of the airline comprises А-320, А-319 and Embraer-190 jets.