Russia's Pobeda budget airline has begun selling tickets for flights to Munich and Zurich. The flights will begin on March 3, the company said in a statement Tuesday.
Pobeda will operate daily flights to the new destinations, according to the statement. Ticket prices start from 999 rubles ($13).
However, the flights in question will operate to Germany's Memmingen airport and bus transfers to Zurich and Munich will be provided.
Pobeda is a subsidiary of Russia's flagship carrier Aeroflot. It was launched in 2014 to replace Aeroflot's low-cost airline Dobrolyot, which was forced to close down because of Western sanctions.
In December, Pobeda launched its first flights to international destinations — to Slovakia's Bratislava and Austria's Vienna.