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Antalya-Kaliningrad Flights Have Been Launched
15.05.2017 23:39
Antalya-Kaliningrad Flights Have Been Launched

The Turkish “Onur Air” air carrier started performing scheduled flights on the route Antalya-Kaliningrad, as the press-service of “Khrabrovo Airport” JSC (Kaliningrad) reported. The first flight on this route was performed on April 20. The program of flights is planned until October 8, 2017. The flights will be as regular as 3 times a week. The route is served by A321 aircrafts with 219 seats.

      “Onur Air” was founded in 1992 and is based at Istanbul “Atatürk Airport”. The airline fleet consists of 24 aircrafts, including seven A321 aircrafts.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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