Russian low-cost leisure airlines Nordwind Airlines launched in 2008 with three aircraft and flights to six destinations. Today, it carries 100,000 passengers per week on 500 flights, connecting to 75 cities in around q17 different countries.
A modern fleet includes various Boeing 737 and 777, Airbus A330s and the Airbus A321 aircraft. Nordwind plans to add more new routes as its fleet expansion strategy is rolled out.
Most flights operate from Nordwind’s main base at the Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow.
Frequent flyers can join the Nordwind Club to earn miles for every Nordwind Airlines charter or scheduled flight, as well as when they travel with partner airline, Pegas Fly. Those miles may be exchanged for upgrades and free flights operated by Nordwind. For more details and to register a new member, visit https://nordwindairlines.ru/en/club#status.