First charters will fly to Turkey on Sept. 3 - aviation authority

Azur Air, Nordwind Airlines and I Fly air carriers will fly to Antalya.

Azur Air, Nordwind Airlines and I Fly air carriers will fly to Antalya.

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Azur Air, Nordwind Airlines and I Fly air carriers will fly to Antalya

Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsiya) endorsed first applications of Russian air carriers for passenger charters to Turkey, official representative of the regulator told TASS on Aug. 30.

Three air carriers presented requests - Azur Air, Nordwind Airlines and I Fly.

"First passenger charters to Turkey will be made on Sept. 3 by Azur Air (en route Rostov-on-Don - Antalya and back) and I Fly (Vnukovo - Antalya and back)," he said.

Nordwind will start charter flights on Sept. 4 from Moscow to Antalya and back and from Samara to Antalya and back.

Source: Tass.com

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