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MOSCOW, November 12. /TASS/. Russian low cost airline Pobeda (part of the Aeroflot Group) started ticket sales for international flights, according to the carrier's website. Bratislava and Vienna became Pobeda’s first international destinations.
The Russian Transport Ministry approved the airline’s provisional admission for 7 international routes from Moscow to Bratislava, Dresden, Cologne, Bergamo, Salzburg, Chambery (France) and Verona.
By the end of 2015 the airline plans to transport 3 mln passengers. By 2018, the fleet could consist of 40 aircraft, transportations - up to 10 mln people a year, which will allow Pobeda to become one of the 5 largest airlines in Russia. Currently the airline’s fleet consists of 12 Boeing 737-800 aircraft.