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AZUR Air will Fly to Antalya from Sheremetyevo
26.04.2018 16:47

Charter airline AZUR air, based at the airport "Domodedovo", will launch an additional Moscow flight to Antalya (Turkey) from Sheremetyevo.

The daily flight from Sheremetyevo will be carried out since April 27. "The airline already carried out flights from two Moscow airports in 2015. For the spring-summer season in 2018 it was decided to return to this scheme of work, allowing Russian tourists choosing the most convenient airport for their travels," AZUR air reported. AZUR air is the largest charter airline in the Russian Federation. The strategic partner is the tour operator Anex tour. The fleet consists of 20 aircraft, including eight Boeing-757-200s, seven Boeing-767-300s and five Boeing-737-800s. 


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Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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