VIM-Avia Airline


From 2 December "VIM-Avia" will fly from Vladivostok to Moscow

The Russian airline VIM-Avia will start flying to Moscow from Vladivostok.

Flights between the two Russian cities will be launched from 2 December, and according to, the main reason for the organization of passenger flights is the deficit of air tickets in the current direction, which in the near future may force other domestic air operators to start flights to this route.

As it became known, the airline VIM-Avia will fly to Moscow from Vladivostok three times a week - on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and departures in the opposite direction will be carried out by the company on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

As aircraft, the airline "VIM-Avia" will use passenger airliners Boeing 757-200, designed to transport 220 people.

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