MOSCOW, December 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Transaero Airlines has made a decision to cancel fuel surcharge included in the price of tickets on its international routes. The offer is subject to online purchase on the official website of the airline, sales at the airline's ticket offices or the airline's agent offices abroad.
The clients who choose to take advantage of the airline's offer can get significant savings on airfares. Fuel surcharge depends on the range of flights and specific routes, however, this offer will guarantee savings on the airline's tickets. On a one-way ticket on the London-Moscow route, for instance, savings can be up to GBP 30-40; on one-way ticket on the Tel Aviv-Moscow route, savings can be up to EUR40-50.
Roman Vdovenko, Deputy CEO for Commerce, said: "We are glad to offer our clients more affordable prices in the run up to the New Year holidays. We are certain our clients will highly appreciate low airfares on international routes with the guaranteed high level of service."
Transaero Airlines has also announced a special offer on tickets for travel in business and premium class on the airline's flights between Moscow and London, Berlin, Frankfurt, Vienna, Paphos, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Odessa, and some domestic destinations.
The special offer is valid for the period of travel from January 18 to March 28, 2015. The tickets are already on sales to the end of January, 2015.[i]
The special offer includes the tickets of the most expensive economy class fares (Y fare). The ticket holders bought at Y-fares can enjoy the comfort of business class servicing.
More information on terms and conditions of the special offers is available on the airline's website http://www.transaero.ru/en.
[i] Black out dates for the flights from Moscow to the USA and Europe from February 10 to February 13, from March 1 to March 8, from March 19 to March 25 and return flights on January 18, from February 14 to February 17, from March 9 to March 15.
Transaero Airlines launched services in 1991 and today is the second-largest carrier in the Russian Federation. In 2013 Transaero carried 12.5 million passengers. Transaero ranks among the top 35 airlines in the world and the top 10 in Europe in terms of passenger turnover. Currently, Transaero operates the fleet of 103 predominantly Boeing aircraft.
SOURCE Transaero Airlines