Russia's Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia) has announced that Red Wings Airlines (WZ, Moscow Vnukovo) and Nordavia (5N, Arkhangelsk) have been approved for international flights from Moscow's Zhukovsky/Zhukovsky airport, with both adding Armenia and Uzbekistan to their destinations.

The approved allocations are identical for each carrier with:

The countries are new additions for the two Russian carriers, and also for Zhukovsky airport.

News portal Interfax Tourism reports that Red Wings is planning to position one or two of its Tupolev Design Bureau Tu-204 aircraft - of which it has six - at Zhukovsky ahead of the launch of flights in the winter.