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Azur Air will operate winter flights from Moscow to Zagreb

Written by: Jan Kotek.

© Azur Air
Azur Air Boeing 737-800

Russian air carrier Azur Air (ZF/AZV) plans to operate regular Moscow (Vnukovo Airport) to Zagreb route in the winter timetable. This route is offered once a week on Sundays, from October 31st to March 27th, with a Boeing 737-800 (in the picture).

Azur Air started with flight operations under previous name Katekavia (ZF/KTK) in 1992, after the Soviet flag air carrier Aeroflot (SU/AFL) was devided into smaller regional air carriers. The main operational base is Krasnoyarsk in Siberia. In 2015,  after it merged with another regional air carrier from Krasnoyarsk region, Turukhan Airlines (TRH), they changed into their current name Azur Air. The following aircraft are currently in the fleet: three Boeing 737-800, two 737-900ER, eleven 757-200, twelve 767-300ER and seven 777-200ER. Main flight operations are from Russia to tourist destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and Caribbean islands.