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Airlines in St. Petersburg
  • "AEROFLOT - Russian Airlines"

  • Aeroflot is the country’s largest air carrier, accounting for 68% of international passenger flights to 108 destinations in 54 countries worldwide and over 10% of domestic air travel to 33 destinations in Russia and the CIS.
          Address: Kazanskaya st., 5
  • "British Airways "

  • British Airways is the UK's largest international scheduled airline, flying to over 550 destinations at convenient times, to the best located airports. Whether customers are in the air or on the ground, British Airways takes pride in providing a full service experience. British Airways Plc, registered office: Waterside, PO Box 365, Harmondsworth UB7 0GB
          Address: Malaya Konushenaya st., 1/3 | Phone: +7 (812) 380-06-26
  • "Pulkovo airlines"

  • June 24, Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise is going to celebrate its 70th anniversary. Remarkable achievements of Pulkovo aviators lay in the different fields, such as construction of the airport, mastering of new aviation equipment, and opening of new airways.
          Address: Pilotov st.,18/4 | Phone: +7(812) 104-38-17
  • "Delta air lines"

  • As a world traveler and valued customer, we want you to have more flexibility and more choices with your international travel. So we've partnered with AeroMexico, Air France, Alitalia, CSA Czech Airlines, and Korean Air to create SkyTeam, an alliance dedicated to providing you with greater flight options, improved customer service, and enhanced benefits.
          Address: Bolshaya Morskaya sr., 36 | Phone: +7 (812) 311-58-20
  • "FinnAir"

  • Finnair begins a fifth weekly flight to the Beijing, the capital of China. Finnair's flight frequency to Beijing has grown in two years from two to five flights per week. After a three-year break, Finnair will start its Osaka flights again in June 2003. Osaka Airport was built in the 1990s, at which time many airlines opened routes to the destination, Finnair included, because Tokyo's Narita Airport could not accept any new flights. The result was overcapacity at Osaka, and around a third of the airlines that originally served the city have now discontinued their flights.
          Address: Kazanskaya st., 44 |Phone: +7 (812) 326-18-70
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