Azur Air

The Boeing-757 civil jet airplane of Azur Air at Domodedovo Airport , Moscow Region, Russia

The Boeing-757 of Azur Air at Domodedovo Airport , Moscow Region, Russia (Photo by Leonid Faerberg / Transport-Photo Images)

Base airports
Krasnoyarsk (Yemelyanovo), Krasnoyarsk (Cheremshanka), Moscow (Domodedovo)
Fleet
14: B-757-200 (9), B-767-300 (5)
Passengers served in 2015 (thsnd)
2,354.04
Contacts
address: I Kozhevnichesky pereulok 6 building 1, 115114, Moscow
phone: +7 (495) 374-55-14, +7 (495) 909-82-42
e-mail: info@azurair.com
site: http://azurair.com

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Articles on Azur Air

Azur Air

Azur Air’s long-haul fleet grows to 18 airliners

Russia’s largest charter carrier takes delivery of its ninth B767[...]
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Azur Air becomes Russia’s first Boeing 737-900 operator

Another example of the type is expected to join its fleet soon[...]
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Russia’s Azur Air to inherit aircraft from its troubled German division

Within a year, the Russian charter carrier’s fleet will be boosted by 11 aircraft[...]
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Azur Air, Russia’s largest charter carrier, quits Domodedovo for rival Vnukovo

The switch comes as a blow to Russia’s second biggest airport[...]
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Russia’s largest charter carrier aims for 30 aircraft in its fleet by 2020

Azur Air takes delivery of its first B777 and has plans for three more of the type from next winter[...]
Azur Air Ukraine has become country's second carrier with a widebody aircraft in its fleet

Second Ukrainian carrier adds widebody aircraft to its fleet

Azur Air Ukraine has become country's second carrier with a widebody aircraft in its fleet[...]
Russia is famed for its cargo operator Volga-Dnepr

Top management changes at Russia’s Volga-Dnepr, Azur Air

Tony Bauckham rejoined the freight operator's global sales center, while Mikhail Kritsky has been relieved of his CEO post at the country's largest charter carrier[...]
Azur Air is Russia's largest charter airline

Russia’s Azur Air reports 60% traffic growth for 2017

The Turkey-backed carrier connects 40 Russian regions with 30 international leisure destinations[...]
Azur Air is Russia's largest charter carrier

Azur Air's certificate restricted over flight delays

The charter airline is to rectify the problem by March 20, or it may have to cease operations[...]
Azur Air also operates Boeing 757s and 767s

Azur Air receives its fifth Boeing 737-800

The airliner was previously operated by Air China[...]
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