Buta Air­ways re­plen­ishes its fleet with an­other Em­braer E-190

Azer News - - Miscellaneous -

Azer­bai­jan's low-cost air­line Buta Air­ways re­ceived an­other new Em­braer E-190, which was de­liv­ered to the air­line’s fleet di­rectly from the man­u­fac­turer in Brazil.

It is the eighth in the low-cost air­line’s fleet and will al­low add more flights to the most pop­u­lar des­ti­na­tions in the air­line’s flight sched­ule.

“Adding new air­craft to the fleet will fur­ther ex­pand the route net­work of Buta Air­ways. We are pleased that the na­tional low-cost air­line is in great de­mand among Azer­bai­jani cit­i­zens and tourists ar­riv­ing in our coun­try. The in­crease in the num­ber of flights and des­ti­na­tions of Buta Air­ways will fur­ther con­trib­ute to the devel­op­ment of tourism in our coun­try,” AZAL Pres­i­dent Ja­hangir As­garov said.

The new air­craft of Buta Air­ways is named af­ter the city of Agh­dam.

By tra­di­tion, the new air­craft was wel­comed at the Hey­dar Aliyev In­ter­na­tional Air­port with a wa­ter salute.

It should be noted that the Air­line’s air tick­ets to most des­ti­na­tions - to Sofia, Alanya, St. Peters­burg and other cities are al­ready avail­able in its sum­mer flight sched­ule. The Air­line also in­creased the num­ber of flights to Izmir to three times a week.

Buta Air­ways is the first low-cost air­line in Azer­bai­jan, a struc­tural di­vi­sion of the CJSC Azer­bai­jan Air­lines (AZAL). It was founded in De­cem­ber 2016. The first flight was car­ried out on Septem­ber 1, 2017. The Air­line’s fleet con­sists of modern Em­braer E-190 air­crafts.

The Air­line is based in Baku, at the Hey­dar Aliyev In­ter­na­tional Air­port and car­ries out flights to the most pop­u­lar des­ti­na­tions.

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