Pulkovo Airport turns into worldwide hub
Ranging from 1 January 2020, Pulkovo Airport in Russia will introduce the seventh-freedom rights regime for international airways to fly to St. Petersburg. The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation has accredited a listing of 30 nations.
“Pulkovo Airport is the primary airport in Russia that obtained the seventh-freedom rights regime for international airways. Along with lately launched e-visas and the potential versatile tariff administration for dealing with in St. Petersburg flights overseas and to Moscow, this measure will contribute to our growth technique as a world aviation hub,” mentioned Leonid Sergeev, chief government officer of Pulkovo Airport operator Northern Capital Gateway.
These measures are anticipated to be a strong impetus to extend the transit and international visitors to St. Petersburg, enhancing the transport accessibility of the town and offering Pulkovo passengers with a variety of direct flights to factors inside Russia and international nations.