Moscow - Another Airbus А321 joins the Nordwind fleet. It is the 9th A321 of the Russian charter operator, which is configured for 220 economy-class passengers.

Airbus A321 is one of the most popular models in its class. Tens of millions of passengers have already experienced the comfort and the spacious cabin of the aircraft besides its highly improved technical characteristics and safety.

On August 23, Nordwind's new Airbus A321 registered VP-BRO landed at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport. The aircraft will perform both domestic and international flights within the airline's network.

Nordwind is in constant development. Our route network is expanding, and we add new flights,
said Imran Nazarov, the CEO of the airline.

We try to cover the most popular and interesting destinations and increase the number of flights provided by offering the most affordable ticket prices in the market for our customers,
Mr. Nazarov added.

Nordwind currently operates 25 aircraft on 160 routes and serves 79 destinations in 21 countries. By the end of 2018, the carrier plans to expand its fleet to 50 aircraft.