Start-Ups German Azur Air receives third aircraft
- Azur Air
The German start-up carrier Azur Air has added its third Boeing 767-300ER to its existing German AOC. The aircraft is configured with 334 seats in a single-class configuration.
“We are very happy to add a third aircraft to our fleet. This allows us more flexible operations in the upcoming winter season,” said Peter Wenigmann, Accountable Manager of Azur Air.
The new aircraft with the German registration D-AZUA was built in 1995 and was transferred from the Russian sister company.
Azur Air Germany plans to increase the flight plan reliability with the additional aircraft. Azur Air Germany was founded by the Turkish Anex Tourism Group, which already operates Azur Air subsidiaries in Russia and Ukraine. The new German subsidiary commenced operations in July 2017. Currently the start-up carrier connects its hub Düsseldorf Airport with Hurghada, Marsa Alam, Punta Cana, Antalya, Enfidha, Palma de Mallorca, Rhodes and Varadero. In addition to its operations in Düsseldorf, the carrier connects Berlin-Schönefeld with Palma de Mallorca.
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