Azur Air puts its second Boeing 737-900 in service


Krasnoyarsk - Azur Air, the biggest charter airline operator of Russia put its second Boeing 737-900 in service. With the arrival of the first copy last year, the carrier became the first operator in Russia to add the type into its fleet.

The aircraft registered as VQ-BYO is configured to accommodate 215 passengers including 24 in premium economy. Azur's Boeing 737-900 was previously operated by Azur Air Germany, which terminated its operations last year in September.

With the arrival of the second Boeing 737-900, the number of aircraft in the airline's fleet reached 25 - six Boeing 737-800, two Boeing 737-900, eight Boeing 757-200, eight Boeing 767-300, and one Boeing 777-300ER.



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