Russia´s S7 Airlines has increased its network from St. Petersburg’s Pulkovo International Airport from two to 18 destinations during the last year, the airport said in a statement.

On top of its existing Moscow and Novosibirsk routes, S7 has added domestic service to Belgorod, Bryansk, Murmansk, Perm, Saransk, Kaliningrad, Kaluga and Yaroslavl. New service to Omsk in southwestern Siberia will launch July 3.

The carrier also started international flights to Alicante, Spain; Berlin Tegel; Verona, Italy; Copenhagen; Pula, Croatia; Pisa, Italy; and Stockholm. S7 Airlines increased its St. Petersburg route network as it added Embraer E170LR aircraft to its fleet. As of May, the airline has completed its full fleet of E170 deliveries, with 17 aircraft of the type now in operation.

Between January and May, S7 Airlines—which includes Sibir and Globus airlines operating under the S7 brand—handled 473,300 passengers at St. Petersburg Pulkovo, up 9.8% year-over-year.

Polina Montag-Girmes