Search & Buy Ural Airlines Flights

Cabin class:

Passengers:

Adults(12+)
1
Children(2-11)
0
Infants(0-1)
0
Done

Please select an airport

Select a departure date

Search flights

Buy Ural Airlines Flights

 

Search and Buy Ural Airlines Flights Online with Alternative Airlines

 

 

Make reservations and find some amazing deals with discounted Ural Airlines tickets at Alternative Airlines

 

 

 


About Ural Airlines

 

Ural Airlines is a Russian airline and part of Aeroflot. The airline is based in Yekaterinburg, Russia and operates scheduled and chartered domestic and international flights from it’s hub Koltsovo International Airport.

 
Ural Airlines flies to destinations including: Athens, Belgrade, Dubai, Baku, Almaty, Moscow and Paris.
 
 

Classes
 

Ural Airlines offer 4 classes of service starting with Economy Class, Economy Plus, Comfort Class and Business Class. Economy Class passengers can enjoy soft drinks, standard meals in accordance with the airline’s existing standards and a choice of daily periodicals.

 

Economy Plus Class has been designed for Wings Gold Card members. This is an opportunity to apply for service class upgrade aboard an aircraft while booking a ticket on the website.

 

Comfort Class is a higher comfort class with service standards corresponding to Ural Business Class. The cost of travelling Comfort Class is 10-15% less than that in Business Class, on average.

 

Business Class offers personalized service and a higher level of comfort aboard an aircraft for passengers looking for maximum convenience during the flight at airports of departure.

 


Frequent Flyer Program 

 

Ural Airlines also offer a frequent flyer program named Wing with 3 different levels of membership. Ural airlines offers Online check in and seat selection for Gold and Silver members of Wing Loyalty Program receive the service free of charge. For the passengers with Premium Economy Class tickets the service is for free as well.

 

 


News

28th June 2018

Ural Airlines add new service to Harbin or summer 2018

Ural Airlines will add a new seasonal service between Chelyabinsk and Harbin early next month. Ural Airlines will fly between Chelyabinsk Airport (CEK) and Harbin Taiping International Airport (HER) once a week. The seasonal service will run from 4th July—10th October 2018 and the Russian airline will use an Airbus A320 to carry passengers. The Chelyabinsk—Harbin flight is scheduled to take 5 hours and 55 minutes, flying out on a Wednesday and returning on Thursday, the following day.  Harbin will be the only service that Ural Airlines offers flights to China from Chelyabinsk this summer.

 

10th May 2018

Ural Airlines adds operations from Moscow to Karshi

From October 2018 Ural Airlineswill launch  a new route to Uzbekistan, as the airline plans Moscow Domodedovo – Karshi service. From the begining of the month, Ural Airlines will service the destination with an Airbus A320 aircraft, which will operate this route twice a week.

 

30th April 2018

Ural Airlines reaches out to Bologna

Having launched its first two operations to the Italian city of Bologna, Ural Airlines continues to expand its connections. The airline started with flights betwen Bologna and Moscow Domodedevo, as well as Krasnodaar. Now, due to the success of these flights, Ural airlines has 4 more destinations to add to that list. This includes a 3650km flight from Kkaterinburg and a 2221km flight from Rosov-on-Don. The other two cities in Russia which will now be connected to Bologna are Samara and Kazan. 

 

 

16th January 2018

Russia's Ural Airlines reaches out to India

Ural Airlines have noticed a boom in tourism from India to Russia at a growth rate of 30%. This has prompted them to start flights from a variety of Indian cities, making easier connections to the vast corners of Russia. This is good news for Indian football fans as it should facilitate much easier travel during the summer for the Russian 2018 World Cup.

 

12th January 2018

Russia's Ural Airlines launches new route to Tel Aviv

Ural Airlines is planning a direct flight between Rostov-on-Don and Tel Aviv, Israel. There will be a weekly flight on Wednesdays from the end of March. This may be good news for football fans in the area as the route kicks off just in time for the 2018 World Cup.  

 

28th September 2017

Russia's Ural Airlines eyes A321neo, modified A330s

Ural Airlines (U6, Ekaterinburg) is in talks with unspecified lessors over the proposed lease of two A321neo. Airline CEO Sergey Skuratov told Russian Aviation Insider in an interview that the 240-seater jet offers 8% more capacity than its A321ceo predecessor, a figure that holds great appeal to the operator.

"It is a natural thing for an airline to wish for more seats in its aircraft, because this means higher margins," he said. "This is economics, after all.”

Other products being looked at include the B737-800/900 from Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) whose increased range over the A320, the backbone of Ural Airlines' fleet, present significant opportunities. To that end, the Ekaterinburg-based carrier is also in the market for A330s albeit modified variants sporting large emergency exits.

"These would allow for a greater seating capacity," Skuratov added. "Unfortunately, there are not so many aircraft made out in this modification going around."

Ural Airlines currently operates seven A319-100s, twenty-three А320-200s, and thirteen А321-200s on regular flights covering Russia, the CIS, Continental Europe, and the Middle and Far East.

 

Source: ch-aviation

 

 

September 2017

Ural Airlines announced two new international routes

Ural Airlines are launching scheduled flights to Rome. On September 8, 2017 Ural Airlines will start scheduled flights to Rome from Zhukovsky Airport near Moscow. As RusBusinessNews has been informed by the carrier’s Press Service, the flights have been initially scheduled for Fridays. Starting from October 4, the flights will be performed twice a week – on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Ural Airlines perform flights from Moscow Zhukovsky Airport to Tbilisi, Astana, Bishkek, Dushanbe, Khujand, Osh, Tel Aviv. Ural Airlines rank among the top Russian airlines in terms of air traffic volume. In 2016, the airline provided services to 6.4 million passengers. The Ural Airlines’ aircraft fleet consists of 43 Airbus airliners.

 

August 2017

Ural Airlines announced two new international routes

Ural Airlines has now started its only service from the Russian capital to Tbilisi (TBS), beginning twice-weekly (Mondays and Saturdays) flights from Moscow Zhukovsky (ZIA). Launched on 5 August, the airline will utilise its fleet of A320s on the airport pair. The first flight’s load factor was 90% according to the airport. Tbilisi is the sixth destination flown by the airline from Zhukovsky, with its latest venture not going directly head-to-head with another carrier.   

 

August 2017

Ural Airlines provided services to more than 4 million passengers

From January to July 2017 Ural Airlines carried 4,266,451 passengers, up 23% from the same period in 2016. During the first seven months the air carrier’s aircraft performed 30,082 flights (+15%), including 11,908 flights to international destinations. In July, the airline performed 5,904 flights (+17%) and carried 943,343 passengers (+18%). Ural Airlines rank among the top Russian airlines in terms of air traffic volume. In 2016, the airline provided services to 6.4 million passengers. The Ural Airlines’ aircraft fleet consists of 43 Airbus airliners.

 

May 2017

Ural Airlines announced two new international routes

Ural Airlines has got two new routes underway this week, beginning on 26 April with the 2,630-kilometre link from Moscow Zhukovsky (ZIA) to Tel Aviv (TLV). The route will be operated three times weekly by a variety of the airline’s Airbus equipment. Starting from July, the airline will operate four weekly frequencies. On 1 May, the carrier commenced the first scheduled flights from Sochi/Adler (AER) to Tbilisi (TBS) in Georgia. The airline will offer a twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays) service on its 160-seat A320 fleet. The flights on the route are possible owing to Sochi/Adler’s ‘Open Skies’ policy, which has been operating at the airport since October 2014. This policy allows airlines to operate international flights to and from the airport without restrictions and gives them the ability to perform transit flights. Neither city pair faces any direct competition.

 

April 2017

Ural Airlines begun a new service between Sochi/Adler and Tel Aviv

Launched 13 April, the carrier will offer twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) flights on the 1,347-kilometre sector to Israel and faces no direct competition. In total the airline now offers 28 weekly flights from Sochi. The route to Tel Aviv is scheduled to operate year-round. In May 2017, Ural Airlines announced it had taken delivery delivery of an Airbus A321 equipped with sharklet winglets. The aircraft, the 12th of the type in the operator’s fleet, features a single-class configuration with seating capacity for 215 passengers. The aircraft’s tail number is  VP-BSY, and it made its first flight in October 2016. Its initial customer was TransAsia Airways, which ceased operations in one month after taking delivery of the aircraft. Ural Airlines has received an A320 previously operated by this Taiwan carrier earlier this year. With the newly acquired aircraft factored in, the Russian airline’s fleet has expanded by four aircraft so far this year, reaching the total of 42. The previous delivery took place in April, it was an A320 previously operated by S7 Airlines.

 

November 2016

Ural Airlines performed the first flight from Zhukovsky airport to Osh (Kyrgyzstan)

A dramatic increase in passenger numbers has resulted in some of Russia’s leading airlines achieving millions of dollars in additional revenue and profits in the first three quarters of 2016, reversing the overall downwards trend of the nation’s aviation market. Such success is a direct result of the demise of Transaero that used to be Russia’s second largest airline a year ago, and growing concentration on local air transport market.

 

The Russian Ural Airlines will increases the frequency of flights from the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don with a strong Armenian community to Yerevan. It said beginning from November 7, the flights will be operated daily at a convenient time for passengers. Flight U6-2631 from Rostov-on-Don to Yerevan will depart at 13:10 and arrive in Yerevan at 15:45. The return flight U6-2632 from Yerevan to Rostov-on-Don will depart at 16:35 and arrive in Rostov-on-Don at 17:15. Ural Airlines is the fifth biggest Russian airline in terms of passenger and cargo transportation.

 

Ural Airlines has demonstrated an increased growth of passenger traffic in September. The airline, one of Russia’s five largest carriers, managed to increase its numbers by 20%, to 711,000 passengers, a rate it hasn’t seen since June of this year. Ural Airlines shows increased traffic despite a general trend of stagnation in the Russian air transport market. In August, the total number of passengers carried on Russian airlines decreased by 10.1% compared to last year. However, traffic carried on Russia’s five largest carriers continues to grow.


 


 

 
 

Route Map 

 

 

Popular Routes

 

Moscow     Barcelona

 

Moscow    Erevan 

 

Moscow    Ufa

 

Moscow    Bishkek

 

Moscow    Larnaca

 

Moscow    Istanbul

 
 


The Fleet

Airbus A319-100

 

 

 

 

  

             Airbus A321-200

 

              Airbus A320-200

 

 

Airbus A330-300 

 

 

Koltsovo International Airport

HUB Airport

Koltsovo International Airport is the largest airport in Sverdlovsk Oblast, serving Yekaterinburg, Russia, and serves nearby towns such as Aramil, Sysert, and Polevskoy. Hub for Ural Airlines, RusLin and Aviacon Zitotrans.

Airlines that fly from and to Koltsovo International airport include Aeroflot, Uzbekistan Airways, Finnair, Ellinair and Turkish Airlines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Search and Buy Flights With Ural Airlines

Make a Ural Airlines reservation and find some amazing deals with discounted Ural Airlines tickets at Alternative Airlines. China Southern Airlines flies to many destinations worldwide, offering a cost effective and safe service to all its passengers. Let Alternative Airlines help find you cheap Ural Airlines  tickets and make international and domestic flight reservations on Ural Airlines today.

 

Browse the most popular Ural Airlines flight routes to cities worldwide. Alternative Airlines can help you make reservations on Ural Airlines for international flights to lots of destinations. Use the following list of routes to help you plan your next flight. Book Ural Airlines on Alternative Airlines to save big! Alternative Airlines is an online travel agency, specialising in booking lesser known airlines and remote destinations.

 


About Alternative Airlines

Alternative Airlines is an online flight search complete with customer service specialising in booking flights on lesser known airlines and to remote destinations. We offer you a wider choice of airlines supported by a team of customer service and travel specialists for help and advice on your travel plans. We specialise in finding the best available fares on the widest range of airlines and making them available to you online, with prices in the currency of your choice.

 

Alternative Airlines handles all your travel arrangements and payments, complete with ticketed confirmation. We do not direct you to other websites or service providers. We help you through the process. This is what makes us Alternative Airlines.Check out our reviews: Alternative Airlines - Feefo Reviews

 

Browse for flights, find some amazing deals, make a reservation and pay in the currency of your choice today with Alternative Airlines. Let Alternative Airlines help find you the best prices and make international and domestic flight reservations with us today.

 

Find Out More   
Ural Airlines is a Russian scheduled service carrier based in Yekaterinburg. Ural Airlines Flights Following the recent introduction of the Airbus A320’s, Ural Airlines has continued to westernise it’s fleet with more A320’s being added. From its home base at Yekaterinburg, the airline operates international flights to Munich, Paris, Prague, Dubai, Dushanbe, Khudzhand, Tashkent and Yerevan. Domestic scheduled flights include Chita, Adler/Sochi, Irkutsk, Khabarovsk, Krasnodar, Mineralnye Vody, Moscow, Nadym, Nizhnevartovsk, Noyabrsk, Novy Urengoy, Salekhard, Samara, St Petersburg, Ufa, Vladivostok and Yekaterinburg. Flights to Yekaterinburg on Ural Airlines Ural Airlines is based in the historic city of Yekaterinburg, famous for the murder of Tsar Nicholas II, his wife, Alexandra, and their children Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, and Tsarevich Alexei. Ykaterinburg is Russia’s fifth largest city, has a UK consulate at 15a Gogolya Street. And is an important terminus on the Trans-Siberia railway. Pride of the Ural Airlines fleet are the five Airbus A320’s. The remaining 22 aircraft operated are Antonov, Tupolev and Ilyushins.