Austrian Airlines Expands Russia Service

 Vienna-based Austrian Airlines is expanding its network of flights to Russia and the countries that made up the former Soviet Union. In April, Austrian will commence service to both Sochi and Nizhniy Novgorod, increasing the total number of Russian cities served to seven.

The airline also flies to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Krasnodar, Rostov and Yekaterinburg. Flights from Vienna to Sochi and Nizhniy Novgorod will be operated by Fokker 70 aircraft. For more information on Austrian Airlines, visit www.austrian.com.

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