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Milas-Bodrum Airport hosts Moscow flights of Ural Airlines

Posted 2 September 2016 · Add Comment

Milas-Bodrum Airport started to host Moscow Domodedovo flights of Russian based Ural Airlines.

Operated by TAV Airports, Turkey's global brand in airport operations, Milas-Bodrum Airport has started to host Moscow Domodedovo flights of Russian based Ural Airlines.

TAV Milas Bodrum Chief Operations Officer Iclal Kayaoğlu said: “As soon as TAV Airports took over the operation of Milas-Bodrum Airport, one of the major tourism destinations in Turkey, TAV started to carry out intensive works to expand the flight network in Bodrum. TAV continues its promotion campaigns to increase particularly direct international flights to Bodrum in collaboration with local authorities and NGOs. Including Moscow Domodedovo flights of Ural Airlines to Bodrum's flight network is an outcome of these endeavors. TAV will continue contributing to the regional tourism by expanding its flight network."

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