Pobeda flies to Moscow


Berlin Tegel’s New Airline

From now on, Pobeda Airlines, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Aeroflot, will connect Berlin with the airport Moscow-Vnukovo twice a week. Flights will be every Thursday and Sunday.  A Boeing 737-800s will be in operation. The flight time between the two capitals is about two and a half hours. The connection is just as promising for holiday, city and business travels.

  • Pobeda
  • Pobeda
  • Pobeda


Moscow is not only politically the centre of Russia, but also economically and culturally. Thanks to its central location, the conurbation is one of the most important transport hubs in the country. It is also the largest domestic market of Russia, with the country’s highest economic performance. Germany is one of Moscow’s most important trade partners.

From a tourist perspective, the multi-facetted, cosmopolitan metropolis is definitely worth a visit. Moscow is perfect for a city break or as the starting point for larger travels in Russia. Some of the most famous sights and places are the Red Square with the nine churches that form Saint Basil’s Cathedral, the Moscow Kremlin, the Lenin Mausoleum, the Bolshoi Theatre, numerous museums and galleries, the largest department store in the country (GUM) and the imposing underground stations of the Moscow Metro.


The affordable airline Podeba was founded in 2014 and flies to a total of 45 destinations with 18 Boeing 373-800s. Travellers from Berlin and Brandenburg can travel via Moscow-Vnukovo to numerous destinations within Russia.

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