Three investors are poised to put up their capital in the infrastructure development of an airport in the Russian city of Pskov, said the head of the Pskov region administration, Denis Gulyaev, when presenting the region's investment potential to a delegation from the Russian-German Foreign Trade Chamber.
Speaking at the meeting organized by the regional Agency for Investment Development with the participation of Wercosin & Partners, Gulyaev has noted that the creation of the Moglino SEZ played a crucial role in attracting investors.
Gulyaev also reminded that on October 2, flights on the route from Pskov to Moscow are scheduled to be resumed. “The Pskov-Moscow route is commercially justified, and now questions are being considered about launching routes to the southern regions,” Gulyaev added.
Azimut Airlines, which will carry out transportation to Moscow, has already started ticket sales for flights, which will be conducted three times a week — on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. Until the end of the year, flights will be conducted on a daily basis.