Three Russian carriers have applied to operate international flights out of Ramenskoye airport, also known as Zhukovsky, documents from the country's Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia) show.

Pegas Fly (IK, Krasnoyarsk) (formerly known as Ikar (IK, Krasnoyarsk)) intends on operating from Zhukovsky airport to Athens Int'l, Barcelona El Prat, Berlin, Bodrum Milas, Brussels National, Dalaman, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt Int'l, Goa, Guangzhou, Heraklion, Innsbruck, Istanbul, Karlovy Vary, London, Malaga, Palma Son Sant Joan, Salzburg, Thessaloniki, Urumqi and Xi'an Xianyang.

VIM Airlines (NN, Moscow Domodedovo) has applied to maintain flights from Zhukovsky to Amsterdam and Madrid Barajas.

For its part, Nordavia (5N, Arkhangelsk) plans on commencing services to Barcelona, Tbilisi and Thessaloniki.

Earlier this month Belavia (B2, Minsk National) became the airfield's first scheduled commercial carrier when it launched flights from Minsk National.