At the end of the 1950s, Austrian Airlines was one of the first West European airlines authorised to make regular scheduled flights to Moscow, the maiden flight taking place on 5th June 1959. In addition to the Russian capital, the Austrian Airlines Group now serves the cities of St. Petersburg and Anapa. The connection between Vienna and of St. Petersburg on the river Newa now operates five times per week. There are three flights per week between the Austrian capital and Anapa, a city which provides the ideal starting-point for southern Russia from its Black Sea location. The Austrian Airlines Group now provides a total of 280 weekly connecting flights to 33 key destinations across Eastern Europe and the CIS states.
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