Transaero Airlines, second largest airlines of Russia and easyJet, the largest airline of UK, have signed a commercial agreement on flights between Moscow (Domodedovo) and London (Gatwick). The agreement was signed by Olga Pleshakova, CEO Transaero Airlines, and Chris Kennedy, Chief Financial Officer for easyJet.
According to the agreement, Transaero Airlines will distribute a proportion of seats on easyJet flights on the Moscow (Domodedovo)-London (Gatwick) route. This agreement applies to the flights from 27th October, 2013. In the words of Olga Pleshakova, CEO, Transaero Airlines, it is a delightful occasion to welcome the launch of commercial cooperation with easyJet that will offer more choices for passengers on Moscow London route. In addition to services from Moscow Vnukovo airport to Heathrow airport, Transaero airlines will allow passengers to get to London’s Gatwick airport from Transaero’s base airport with an extensive route network-Moscow Demodedovo airport.
According to Catherine Lynn, Group Commercial Director, It is a pleasure to work with Transaero and we are looking forward to welcoming many new customers’ onboard easyJet flights. The airline will operate two daily services per day between Moscow and London Gatwick using our fleet of modern Airbus aircraft which are among the youngest in Europe. The location of London Gatwick provides easyJet’s wider network of 100 destinations across Europe, North America and the Middle East.