Sochi, Krasnodar and Anapa airports will serve veterans of the WWII free of charge in business lounges

On the eve of Victory Day, the international airports of Sochi, Krasnodar and Anapa will continue the tradition of free service for veterans of the Great Patriotic War in business lounges.

From May 1 to May 17, 2021, participants, disabled veterans of the Great Patriotic War and former juvenile prisoners of concentration camps, with one accompanying person, can pass pre-flight procedures upon arrival and departure in airport business lounges free. To do this, a veteran will need to present an ID and passport, and an accompanying person – only a passport.

The service includes skip-the-line check-in at business-class counters, waiting in a comfortable lounge, and transfer to the aircraft by separate transport, accompanied by airport staff. At Sochi airport, airport staff through boarding bridges escort passengers. If necessary, medical staff will be accompanying the passenger. In addition to formal procedures, hot meals and drinks are available in the business lounge.

Alexey Starostin, CEO of Aerodynamics Group of Companies:
- It is a great honor and tradition for us to meet people at the airports who made an invaluable contribution to the Victory. Our employees with pride, special attentiveness and care will provide everything necessary for a quick and comfortable flight to our honored guests.

At the airports of Anapa, Krasnodar and Sochi, the campaign for veterans of the WWII will be held for the 13th time. In 2020, there was no service for veterans due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the introduction of restrictive measures. In 2019, 488 passengers participated in this campaign. Sochi International Airport served 268 veterans and their accompanying persons. Anapa International Airport - 128 people, Krasnodar International Airport - 92.

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