From March 15, the Russian airline Red Wings will start operating flights from Moscow to Istanbul on March 15.
According to the press service of the carrier, flights will be operated on Russian-registered SSJ100 liners.
Wings will start flights from Moscow (Domodedovo International Airport) to Istanbul from March 15. Flights will be operated daily on modern Russian SSJ100 aircraft with a capacity of 100 seats,” the airline said.
They also specified that SSJ100 aircraft in the Red Wings fleet belong to Russian leasing companies, are registered in the aviation register of the Russian Federation, are insured and reinsured by Russian insurance companies – this will allow the airline to fulfill its obligations to all passengers of international flights.