Russia increasing flights to Azerbaijan
Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 21
By Maksim Tsurkov - Trend:
Four airlines of Russia were allowed to operate flights to Azerbaijan on 14 different routes, read a protocol posted Oct. 21 on the website of Russia's Federal Air Transport Agency.
According to the protocol, Russia's Yamal Airlines got a permit to operate regular passenger flights on 10 routes, each flight being operated twice a week. Those flights are the Kazan-Baku, Moscow-Lankaran, St. Petersburg-Lankaran, Ufa-Baku, Chelyabinsk-Baku, Perm-Baku, Sochi-Baku, Samara-Baku, Krasnoyarsk-Ganja, and Nizhniy Novgorod-Baku.
Taimyr Air Company got a permit to perform flights on the Moscow-Zagatala, Moscow- Gabala and Moscow-Lankaran routes. The flight will be operated using Boeing 737 planes three times a week.
Komiaviatrans received a permit to operate flights on the Kaluga-Baku, Samara-Baku and Nizhniy Novgorod-Baku routes once a week using the Embraer ERJ 145 planes.
Ural Airlines were permitted to operate flights on the Kazan-Baku route five times a week.
Edited by CN
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