3 april 2019

Krabrovo airport welcomed their first flight of Azimuth airlines

The first flight of Azimuth Airlines, A4 245, operating on route Rostov-on-Don - Kaluga - Kaliningrad, arrived at Khrabrovo Airport on April 3 at 13:25. Landing was normal.

Azimuth Airlines aircraft was greeted at Khrabrovo airport with a traditional water salute.

The first flight to Kaliningrad delivered Azimuth airlines management, as well as a group of Rostov-on-Don and Kaluga journalists.

Deputy Minister of Infrastructure of the Kaliningrad Region, A. Rzhanov, General Director of Khrabrovo Airport, A. Korytny, and media representatives from Kaliningrad greeted the arriving.

The event continued in the domestic airlines departure area, where Azimuth airlines and Khrabrovo airport management congratulated the passengers, waiting for boarding the aircraft flying to Kaluga and Rostov-on-Don, with the opening of new destination. The airlines and the airport representatives congratulated the passenger, who bought the tickets the first, with special gifts. It was Ivan Korol, who received a certificate for a free flight from Azimuth and a certificate for VIP-servicing from Khrabrovo.

The arrived guests, as well as the journalists from Rostov-on-Don and Kaluga flew back with the return flight the same day. The first flight A4 246 Kaliningrad – Kaluga – Rostov-on-Don departed from Khrabrovo airport on April, 3 at 14:35.

Azimuth airlines plan to perform scheduled flights on route Kaliningrad – Kaluga – Rostov-on-Don and back from April 3 until October 23, 2019 as part of spring-summer schedule. The flights will be performed twice a week on Wednesdays and Sundays on SSJ100 aircraft in configuration of 100 passenger seats.

Departure from Rostov-on-Don is at 10:30, arrival in Kaliningrad is at 13:40.

Return flight departs from Khrabrovo airport at 14:20 and arrives in Rostov-on-Don at 19:30.

Time for all the flights is local.

You can get the information about the flights on Azimuth airlines’ website or by contacting the call centre: +7 (4012) 300-300.

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