The Russian Nordwind Airlines plans to open direct flights from Moscow to Turkmenabat, the newspaper Türkmen gündogary reports.
According to information, now the parties are negotiating. At the moment, Nordwind Airlines is boarding for refueling at an intermediate point of the route in Turkmenabat Airport on a Boeing 737-800 aircraft en route Moscow (Russia) ― Bokhtar (Tajikistan) ― Moscow.
Nordwind Airlines was formed in 2008 and began flying on three aircraft in six directions. Since its founding, the airline has been offering a safe flight, providing high quality service and providing sincere hospitality. The modern Nordwind Airlines fleet consists of 30 aircraft of such types as: Boeing 737, Boeing 777, Airbus A330 and Airbus A321.
The new international airport of the city of Turkmenabat with a capacity of 500 passengers per hour was opened in April 2018. The airport is capable of accepting any type of aircraft, including the Airbus A380 and the cargo aircraft Antonov An-225 Mriya. The uniqueness of the architectural embodiment of the passenger terminal of the airport, which has a huge star shape, is noted in the Guinness Book of Records. Comfortable conditions have been created at the international airport to ensure a high level of flight safety, passenger service and efficient staff work.
Turkmenabat Airport has a significant geographical advantage, as it occupies a convenient geographical position, being at the intersection of air routes from CIS countries to Southeast Asia, Europe and America.