Russian Company to Open New Flight to Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan, Baku, 30 July / corr. Trend E.Ismayilov / Elbrus-Avia, the Russian air company, plans to open a new inrerface flight Nalchik-Baku-Nalchik. Passengers will fly to Amman from Baku after a change, Aslanbi Tukov, sales manager of Elbrus-Avia company, said on 29 July.
"Azerbaijan agreed to realize this project. The Nalchik-Baku-Nalchik flight is planned to open in September," Tukov said.
The flight is opened under an agreement between Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL) Closed Joint Stock Company (CJSC) and Elbrus-Avia airline company (Kabardino-Balkaria).
The Nalchik-Baku flight will be carried out by Yak-42 plane and the Baku-Amman flight by Boeing plane.
At the end of May the company appealed with an official letter to the civil aviation administration of Azerbaijan to realize this flight and the administration approved this proposal. The company appealed to the administration of Heydar Aliyev Baku International Airport with the objective to specify schedules of flights to estimate the interface of these two flights.
At present, realization of flights is impossible because of the absence of a vacant plane at the air company. The flight will open after solution of this problem in mid-August.
Elbrus-Avia is a legal successor of the Nalchik United Flight Formation, which was established in 1972.
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