One of the many airlines formed from the monopoly that once was Aeroflot, Azerbaijan Airlines has continued to be state owned and has developed into the main international carrier into the capital city of Baku.
Azerbaijan Airlines Flights
Azerbaijan Airlines services 15 international destinations from its base at Baku (Heydar Aliyev) International airport. London Gatwick currently has three flights each week and there are also connections via Milan and Paris. On the London route the aircraft is usually a Boeing 757-200, single aisle jet. Other cities that are part of the expanding route network include the oil industry hot spot of Aktau (Kazakstan), Tbilisi, Kabul, Urumqi, Nizhny Novgorod, Mineralnye Vody and Tehran.
Azerbaijan Airlines flights to Baku and Kabul
A real ‘Alternative Airline’ and one worth considering if your final destination is Baku or Kabul. We’re not pretending that it’s everyone’s choice to fly on non-western aircraft but these are only employed beyond Baku and on the route from London the on-board service is of an international standard.
Boeing 757’s and Airbus A319’s operate alongside Tupolevs, Yaks and Antonov
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