The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has granted a single air safety authorization to Russian charter carrier Azur Air, which starts its first scheduled flights to Europe this summer. The third-country operator (TCO) certificate allows to non-European Union (EU) carriers to operate flights to 28 EU countries as well as Norway, Switzerland, Ireland and Lichtenstein. Azur Air plans to launch 3X-weekly Krasnodar-Barcelona and Rostov on Don-Barcelona flights, as well as weekly ...

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