Siberia Air flies to Barnaul in 737

12th Jan 2006

In early January, the Siberia Airlines company, which flies under the S7 Airlines made the first Moscow-Barnaul flight with a Boeing 737-500.In January, there are plans to make up to eight S7 flights from Barnaul to Moscow with the new aircraft.

A year ago, the Barnaul airport serviced the first Siberia flight with a foreign plane, the wide-bodied Airbus 310.

New S7 Airlines flights from Barnaul may be made with aircraft of varying seat-capacity. As of Wednesday, the S7 Airlines has eight Boeing 737-500s.


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