Russian aviation authorities have granted charter carrier Azur Air designations for its first international scheduled services. The airline is now able to operate up to 3X-weekly Krasnodar-Barcelona and Rostov on Don-Barcelona flights and weekly Moscow-Bangkok service. Azur Air plans to launch the scheduled flights in IATA 2016 summer season using all possible frequencies, the carrier said in a statement. It will fly a Boeing 767 on the Moscow-Bangkok route and the 757 on routes to ...

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