From March 28, 2021, Turkish Airlines will resume flights from Ankara to Vnukovo International Airport. The flights are planned to be operated by the subsidiary airline Anadolujet regularly, three times a week. On Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays - from Ankara (Esenboga) to Moscow (Vnukovo). On Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays - from Moscow (Vnukovo) to Ankara (Esenboga). The airline uses Boeing 737 aircraft for this route which is 3 hours 5 minutes long. Tickets are on sale now.
Anton Kuznetsov, Deputy General Director for Commerce at Vnukovo International Airport, noted: "We are glad that our partner, Turkish Airlines, is restoring its route network, and regular flights to Ankara are resumed. I am sure that passengers will appreciate all the airline's and Vnukovo airports' advantages and use our services more often. We wish all passengers a comfortable flight and a soft landing! "
During check-in, passengers traveling to Turkey received branded chocolate and souvenirs from Vnukovo airport as a gift.
Despite all the difficulties associated with the world's epidemiological situation, Vnukovo International Airport is doing everything possible to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection and the safe stay of passengers in the airport complex. Complete disinfection of ventilation and air conditioning systems is carried out regularly. The frequency of cleaning the building has been increased, and installed contactless dispensers with hand sanitizers. At the airport, passengers must wear protective masks and gloves. Special markings are applied to the floor to maintain social distance. In Vnukovo, passengers are provided with a sound notification of the necessary measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the need to use personal protective equipment, and the observance of social distance. Stands with information on the prevention of coronavirus infection have been installed. All the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor by Vnukovo Airport are fully met.
Vnukovo International Airport is one of the largest air transport complexes in Russia. Annually, the airport serves about 200 thousand flights of Russian and foreign airlines. The route network of the airport covers the entire territory of Russia, as well as neighboring countries, Europe, America, Asia, and Africa. In 2018, Vnukovo International Airport broke a historical record and served 21 million 478 thousand passengers, which is 18.4% or 3 million 340 thousand passengers more than in 2017.
The airport complex Vnukovo has a total area of about 300 thousand square meters. Vnukovo airport is able to provide capacity of up to 35 million passengers per year.
Vnukovo International Airport, the only one among the airports of Russia, received the award of the President of the Russian Federation V.V. Putin for his labor success and highly professional performance.
In addition, Vnukovo Airport was recognized as the best airport in the category “International Airport with passenger traffic of over 10 million passengers per year” of the national award “Air Gate of Russia” as part of the V National Aviation Infrastructure Show NAIS-2018. In 2019, Vnukovo Airport was recognized again as the best airport in the category “International Airport with passenger traffic of over 15 million passengers per year”.
AnadoluJet, a Turkish Airlines subsidiary, was established in 2008 to provide travelers with more travel options within Turkey. At the moment, the airline's fleet includes 36 aircraft operating in 43 directions.
Starting from June 11, 2020, AnadoluJet Airlines operates international flights from Istanbul Airport - Sabiha Gokcen and Ankara Airport - Esenboga. All flights are operated by experienced Turkish Airlines staff. AnadoluJet's fleet is expected to increase to 57 aircraft in the near future.
The advanced technologies and innovative approach of AnadoluJet are helping to expand the route network centered in Anatolia rapidly. Complimentary snacks, luggage transportation, car rental are some of the many services provided by AnadoluJet for your comfortable travel.