Pobeda Airlines is a Russian budget airline carrier and a subsidiary of their parent company, Aeroflot. The airline features on our blog on the cheapest airlines in the world for being one of the best value airlines in Europe. Read more and about other airlines that featured here!
Pobeda Airlines flies to destinations such as Bergamo, Bratislava, Kirov, Ufa, Belgorod, Anapa, Sochi, Moscow, Perm, Tyumen, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don. The airline is based in Vnukovo International Airport, with secondary hub airports in Anapa and Sochi, serving 12 international and domestic destinations.
Pobeda Airlines's route network consists of over 40 destinations across Russia, Asia and Europe.
The airline operates 20 Boeing 737-800 aircraft and 15 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.
Online check-in is available from 24 hours up until 40 minutes before scheduled flight departure time on all Pobeda Airlines flights. Online check-in can be completed by visiting the Pobeda Airlines online check-in page and entering the relevant flight details. From there, passengers must print off their boarding pass and bring it with them to the airport.
Airport check-in opens 2 hours before scheduled flight departure time and closes 40 minutes before for Pobeda Airlines flights. Passengers can check-in by visiting the the Pobeda Airlines check-in desks at the airport of departure.
The maximum dimensions for carry-on baggage is 36cm x 30cm x 27cm.
Passengers can purchase checked baggage on the Pobeda Airlines website.
Pobeda currently only offer the one class in their flight cabins; Economy. This airline aims to keep the ticket price cheap, so there is limited baggage and no food served on board. As the planes are all relatively new, the seats are comfortable and clean, with enough legroom and big enough seat pitch to be able to enjoy your journey. Passengers can keep themselves entertained with the in-flight magazine, which has interesting pieces on destinations and travel lifestyles.
Passengers can also choose to upgrade to an ‘XL’ seat, where they are treated to extra and more spacious legroom.
31st May 2018
Aeroflot — one of Russia's largest airline groups and home to Pobeda Airlines — recently reported positive traffic growth in April 2018.
The airline group which are made up of Rossiya, Aurora, and Pobeda, carried a total of 4.2 million passengers, which is 8.8% more than they carried in the same period of last year. Aeroflot's domestic traffic grew marginally faster than its international traffic, with the former seeing a 9% rise and the latter seeing an 8.6% rise.
Pobeda Airlines recorded the most growth out of all of Aeroflot's airline subsidiaries. The lost-cost carrier carried 523,500 passengers in April 2018, which equated to a 52% rise year-on-year. As a result, Pobeda was named one of Russia's top-five carriers for the month of April.
22nd March 2018
Pobeda now offers three Italian points on its network and a total of 16 weekly frequencies to the country following the introduction of a three times weekly operation to Venice Treviso (TSF) on 21 February. The link from its main Moscow Vnukovo (VKO) base will join the LCC’s existing services to Milan Bergamo and Pisa. The 2,066-kilometre sector is operated by Pobeda’s ubiquitous 737-800 fleet, and faces no direct competition, although Aeroflot offers a double-daily service from Moscow Sheremetyevo to Venice Marco Polo, while Ural Airlines flies weekly to the same Venetian gateway from Moscow Domodedovo.