Russia’s UTair Airline has completed the sale of its Katekavia subsidiary. The carrier was rebranded to Azur Air as a result of the deal, but continues using an air operator’s certificate with the Katekavia name. According to Russia’s Federal Tax Service registry, 100% of Azur Air is owned by One2fly. The register states 80% of One2fly belongs to businessman Ibragim Nurmanov, while a 20% share is owned by Rustem Kockar.  The carrier operates charter flights for ...

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