Two carriers get permission to fly to Azerbaijan from new Moscow airport

Business Materials 29 July 2016 10:19 (UTC +04:00)

Baku, Azerbaijan, July 29

By Maksim Tsurkov – Trend:

Two Russian carriers have received a permission to operate flights to Azerbaijan on two routes from the new Zhukovsky International Airport in Moscow, said the website of Russian Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia).

The protocol of the interdepartmental commission on the admission of carriers to perform international transportation, posted on the website of Rosaviatsia said that Yamal Airlines has received a permission to carry out regular passenger flights on Zhukovsky-Baku and Zhukovsky-Ganja routes four times a week.

VIM Avia (VIM Airlines) has also received a permission to operate flights on Zhukovsky-Ganja route seven times a week.

Moreover, the admission of Ural Airlines for operating flights on Chelyabinsk-Baku, St. Petersburg-Lankaran, St. Petersburg-Ganja and Yekaterinburg-Lankaran routes, as well as the admission of Rossiya Airlines for carrying out flights on Irkutsk-Baku and Mineralnye Vody- Baku routes were cancelled at the request of the air carriers.

Zhukovsky International Airport, which is the fourth international airport in Moscow, was opened May 30.

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