Basel Aero, part of one of Russia's largest diversified industrial groups Basic Element, announces the opening of a new direct flights to Tbilisi (Georgia) from Krasnodar International Airport. The summer schedule is valid from 25 March at the airport.
New direct flights will be operated from May 24 to the capital of Georgia - Tbilisi, from Krasnodar International Airport. Flights will be carried out by the airline "Ural Airlines".
Flights are scheduled on Thursdays and Sundays. The time of departure on Thursdays from Krasnodar at 6:40, from Tbilisi - at 09:55. The time of departure on Sundays from Krasnodar at 15:40, from Tbilisi - at 18: 55. The journey takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes. Flights will be performed on Airbus A320 aircraft.
Tickets are available for sale on the airline's website and at the city's ticket offices.
Nowadays Georgia attracts numerous travelers with its hospitality, creative atmosphere, favorable climate and a variety of nature, safety and a measured pace of life, as well as national cuisine. To visit sunny Georgia and warm Tbilisi is also for the sake of local cuisine, famous for delicious barbecue, a variety of khinkali, cheese and wine.
About Krasnodar International Airport
Krasnodar International Airport (Pashkovsky) was formed as a part of the Krasnodar United Aviation Detachment in 1932. It is the largest airport in the south of Russia, occupies the ninth place among Russian airports in terms of the number of passengers carried. Since 2007, it is part of the "Basel Aero" airport holding company. Krasnodar International Airport for the first two months of 2018 has served 538,949 people (27% more than in January-February last year).The winner of the award in the nomination "The best regional airport in Russia with a passenger flow of up to 4 million people" of the national award "Russia's Air Gate" (2014, 2015). Laureate of the national award "Russia's Air Gate" (2016). "Four stars" based on the results of a comprehensive study of the industry agency "AviaPort" in 2015.
About Ural Airlines
Ural Airlines (www.uralairlines.ru) is included in the TOP-4 of the largest Russian airlines (Rosaviation rating based on the work results in January-November 2017). In 2017 the company carried 8,000,474 passengers (24% more than in 2016). The geography of flights totals more than 250 directions. Annually, flights are added to new cities of Russia, CIS and foreign countries. The basic airports of the airline: Moscow (Domodedovo) and Yekaterinburg (Koltsovo).
About Basel Aero company
The company Basel Aero (http://basel.aero/) was founded in 2007, it manages the airport assets of the "Basic Element". Since June 2012 - a joint venture of "Basic Element", Sberbank of Russia and Changi Airports International (wholly-owned subsidiary of Changi Airport Group). Currently, the company includes airports in Sochi, Krasnodar, Anapa and Gelendzhik. Airports serve about 9% of the total passenger traffic and about 3.5% of the total cargo flow of Russia. Basel Aero airports have served more than 1,375,000 passengers in January-February 2018. The development strategy of "Basel Aero" includes expansion of business, enhancement of the operational efficiency of assets through the introduction of innovative solutions and world-class service standards.
About Basic Element group
Basic Element (www.basel.ru) is one of the largest dynamically developing industrial groups in Russia. The group is formed by companies that are controlled or enter the sphere of business interests of Oleg Deripaska. The structure of the group is involved in the management of assets or directly owns significant shares in the authorised capitals of companies operating in many sectors of the economy: energy, engineering, finance, construction, airport, agriculture and others. Over 150,000 people work in more than 100 Basic Element enterprises in Russia, CIS countries, Africa, Australia, Asia, Europe and Latin America. Many of the companies play a key role in the economy and their market segments, including "En + Group", "GAZ Group", "Basel Aero", "Glavstroy Development" and others.