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Summer schedule for over 50 cities worldwide planned by AZAL

by Dubaiforum

AZAL, Azerbaijan’s national airline, is gearing up to start its summer seasonal timetable on March 31, which will be in effect until October 26. The airline is set to introduce over 50 cities across the globe during this period, offering a wide range of travel options for passengers.

From April to October, travelers can take advantage of flights to a variety of destinations in Asia, including Dubai, Tbilisi, Almaty, Beijing, and New Delhi, among others. Additionally, AZAL will be offering several routes to Türkiye, with daily flights to Istanbul, Ankara, and Antalya, as well as multiple weekly flights to Bodrum, Dalaman, Izmir, and Trabzon.

Moreover, European destinations such as Barcelona, Berlin, London, and Paris are also on the airline’s summer schedule, providing travelers with the opportunity to explore the charm of these cities. Flights to various cities in Russia, like Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Sochi, are also available for those looking to visit the country.

During the summer schedule, AZAL will operate daily flights to cities like Nakhchivan, Dubai, and Tel Aviv, while also increasing frequencies to popular destinations like Moscow and Tbilisi. To ensure optimal flight times and to purchase tickets at more favorable prices, the airline recommends that travelers plan their journeys in advance.

With a diverse range of destinations and convenient flight schedules, AZAL is poised to offer a seamless travel experience for passengers looking to explore both local and international locations.

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