Ural Air­lines opens new flights to Azer­bai­jan

Azer News - - Country Guide - By Narmina Mam­madova

Ural Air­lines will launch flights to Azer­bai­jan in new di­rec­tions, ac­cord­ing to the mes­sage pub­lished on the web­site of the Federal Agency for Air Trans­port (Rosavi­at­sia).

The Federal Air Trans­port Agency has is­sued the air­line a li­cense for flights on routes Vol­gograd - Ganja and Vol­gograd - Baku. The li­cense al­lows flights to these des­ti­na­tions seven days a week.

Cur­rently, the air­line is al­ready op­er­at­ing flights from St. Peters­burg to Baku and from Moscow to Lankaran.

Ural Air­lines is a Rus­sian pas­sen­ger air­line en­gaged in reg­u­lar and char­ter do­mes­tic and in­ter­na­tional trans­porta­tion.

The air com­pany head­quar­tered in Yeka­ter­in­burg was cre­ated in 1993. Its park in­cludes 43 air­crafts. The flights are car­ried out on Air­bus A320, A321 and 7-A319 air­crafts. Ural Air­lines op­er­ates flights to Rus­sian cities, Ger­many, Italy, Mon­tene­gro, the CIS coun­tries and far abroad coun­tries.

There are also di­rect flights from Russia to Azer­bai­jan op­er­ated by other air­lines, such as Aeroflot, Azer­bai­jan Air­lines, Nord­wind Air­lines, S7 Aurlines, UTair, IrAero.

There are six air­ports on the ter­ri­tory of Azer­bai­jan in­clud­ing in Baku, Nakhchivan, Ganja, Lankaran, Zaqatala and Ga­bala.

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