29.08.2012
FLUG REVUE

airberlin and NIKI expand codeshare agreement with S7 Airlines

airberlin and NIKI are expanding their existing codeshare agreement with their Russian oneworld partner, S7 Airlines.

A320 - 214 NIKI Flug

NIKI betreibt unter anderem Airbus A320-214 (Foto: NIKI)  

 

Since 2009 airberlin, NIKI and S7 Airlines have been operating codeshare flights connecting cities such as Dusseldorf, Berlin, Frankfurt and Vienna with Moscow, and Berlin with Kaliningrad.

The flights offered under this agreement are now being expanded to include codeshare flights to Volgograd. In the winter season 2012/2013, NIKI passengers will be able to fly from Vienna via Moscow Domodedowo to this economic centre on the lower Volga.

S7 Airlines has the widest domestic route network in Russia. Its fleet, which comprises 38 aircraft, is the most modern in Russia. S7 Airlines has been a member of the oneworld alliance since 2010.




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