Heydar Aliyev Airport opens seven new flights from Baku this summer

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It will soon be possible to get to seven new cities in Georgia, Türkiye, Kyrgyzstan, Bulgaria, Romania and Oman by plane from Heydar Aliyev Airport in Baku. New flights were announced by the press service of the Azerbaijani airport.

"From June, regular flights from Baku to new destinations will begin. These destinations include Batumi (Georgia), Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), Bucharest (Romania), Sofia (Bulgaria), Bodrum (Türkiye), Dalaman (Türkiye) and Muscat (Oman)",

the airport said.

The press service of the airport clarified that in total it will be possible to get from Baku to 30 countries of the world in the summer. The planes will connect the capital of Azerbaijan with about 80 cities.

During the summer, demand for flights to Türkiye increases, and more flights will be operated to Antalya, Izmir, Trabzon and Dalaman from June.

The frequency of flights to a number of Russian cities will also increase. This is not only Moscow, St. Petersburg and Sochi, but also Ufa, Tyumen and Surgut. Planes will also fly more often to Frankfurt in Germany, Tivat in Montenegro and Astana in Kazakhstan.

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