As AZUR air is based in Russia, the airline primarily services domestic flights throughout the country. However, the company is known to offer trips to international destinations located in Europe and Asia, with some examples being China, Greece, India, Spain, and Thailand.
If you will be flying with this airline, you will see that you have two travel classes to pick from: Economy and Business. Economy passengers have access to basic drinks and snacks, as well as the option of bringing a carry-on and personal item. For those that have Business tickets, you will have access to the airline lounge while waiting for your flight to board as well as access to free alcoholic beverages, a hot meal, and a travel kit that includes items such as toothpaste, headphones, slippers, and earplugs.
AZUR air is not a member of an air alliance or organization, but it does have connections with other companies. For example, this airline is owned by a Turkish company, named Anex Tourism Group. Additionally, it is related to Azur Air Ukraine, an airline that is also a subsidiary of the same business.
This company’s fleet contains almost 30 different aircraft, all of which are Boeing. When servicing long distance flights, the airline generally uses the Boeing 777-300ER, a plane that is known for being the largest twinjet in the world and for being able to carry between 428 and 531 passengers. For smaller flights, the Boeing 737-800 is more frequently used, as it can fit up to 189 travelers and is meant to be used for short to medium-range trips.
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