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About

Nordwind Airlines is a Russian low-cost scheduled and charter airline. Nordwind Airlines is headquartered in Moscow and its hub is at Sheremetyevo international Airport. The airline primarily provides links to airports within Russia, around the Mediterranean and as well holiday destinations in the Indian Ocean. Nordwind Airlines flies to to a total number of 97 destinations. The airline travels to 8 countries and 22 cities in the middle East, Europe and Africa as well as 3 cities in the South America and 6 countries and 14 cities I Asia. Altogether, Nordwind Airlines fly to 26 countries and 97 cities.

The airline was founded in August 2008 by the Russian and Turkish affiliates of the tour operator Pegas Touristik, and initially operated 3 Boeing 757-200 aircraft. The fleet has expanded since then, by adding an Airbus A321 and Boeing 767-300. By 2012, the airline had taken on 18 new aircraft.

 


Destinations

Nord Wind flies to a number of destinations in Russia, Europe and Asia. In 2019, the airline announced a new route between Moscow Sheremetyeo and Hannover in Germany. Nord Wind will also launch a Moscow- Reus service from April 2019.

 


Baggage

 

Free baggage allowance and hand baggage

Norms of transportation of luggage
- at domestic and international destinations from 12/04/17, 
and carry-on luggage
- on domestic routes from 12/04/17, 
- to international destinations from 4/25/17

 

    Hand luggage
Rank 1 55x40x20 = 115 cm
Baggage
1 place least 203 cm
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promotional   10 kg 5 kg 10 kg 20 kg
Standard   10 kg 5 kg 20 kg 20 kg
plus standard   10 kg 5 kg 20 kg 20 kg
Comfort   10 kg 5 kg 32 kg 32 kg
Business   10 kg 5 kg 32 kg 32 kg

 

In certain areas and for different fees may be exceptions to the standard conditions of the free baggage allowance. 

The passenger will be informed about them with transportation reservations.

Free baggage allowance and hand baggage apply to: 
- adult passengers; 
- children from 2 to 12 years; 
- children up to 2 years with a seat.

 

For children under the age of 2 years following no seat is only permitted free baggage allowance -. 1 place weighing less than 10 kg and the sum of the three dimensions not exceeding 203 cm Hand baggage for them is not provided.

 


Check-in

Online Check-in

Passengers can check in online from 24 hours and up to one hour prior to their flight departure. Passengers brining animals or weapons must check-in at the airport. All passengers requiring special assistance at the airport must check in in person.

Airport Check-in

Passengers checking in at the airport should go to the Nord Wind check-in desks.

 


Business Class

Business Class passengers are permitted a baggage allowance that includes two peices of hand baggage weighing 5kg and either one or two peices of checked baggage weighing 20kg. This will depend on whether the passenger has bought a Promo or Optimum fare.

What are Nord Wind Business Class seats like?

Business Class passengers can enjoy a more spacious aircraft as well as comfortable, reclining seats on board.

 


News

3rd May 2018

Russia’s Pegas Fly takes delivery of its maiden Embraer

Fleet expansion should help it reach its goal of becoming one of Russia’s 10 biggest airlines (Embraer)

Russian leisure airline Pegas Fly (brand name of the Ikar Airlines) has started taking deliveries of a string of E-Jets, with the arrival of its first Embraer E190 (MSN 19000461), leased from Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC), the Danish lessor has confirmed.

The E-190 is the Krasnoyarsk-based carrier’s latest choice of aircraft, of which it is eventually planning to operate seven: four standard ARs and three longer range LRs.

The fleet expansion programme should help the airline reach its goal of entering Russia’s top-10 league table of biggest airlines.

This will be achieved in 2018 when the airline implements its strategic development plan of expanding its route network capabilities by launching new regular international services, optimising its fleet and adding more aircraft.

“2018 is the year of expansion and development of our fleet,” stresses Oguz Senol Yuce, vice-chairman of Ikar Airlines. “Pegas Fly has successfully managed all the challenges confronting Russian airlines over the past few years – and is now aiming for continued success,” he adds.

The carrier began the process of acceptance of its latest fleet additions in March. The E-Jets are to be based at Zhukovsky airport, near Moscow, and are expected to be operated primarily on international routes.

The new arrival is a seven-year-old Embraer ERJ-190AR (production serial number MSN 19000461), is powered by GE CF34 engines, and was previously operated by American regional airline Frontier. The aircraft has been given the registration number VP-BZC.

Pegas Fly and NordWind, the two airline subsidiaries of Russian-Turkish travel operator Pegas Touristik, intend to expand their collective fleet to 50 aircraft by the end of this year. Krasnoyarsk-headquartered Pegas Fly currently operates six Boeing 767-300s and four Boeing 737s and carried some 300,000 passengers in the first quarter of 2018, a figure which moved it up to 13th in the passenger traffic ranking of Russian airlines.

Pegas Fly has been given the new IATA code of EO, the adoption of which, it says, “will help to expand our geography of regular, international flying.”

Together, Pegas Fly and Nordwind Airlines offer domestic and international scheduled and charter flights to more than 200 destinations. Regular Pegas Fly services from its two bases at Moscow and Krasnoyarsk, and from over 30 other Russian cities, currently make up 75 per cent of the group’s daily flight services to destinations in Russia, Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and South America.