AZUR air, a dynamically developing Russian airline, one of the largest charter carriers in the country, will resume its flight program to Cancun from May 29. Flights to the Mexican resort are planned from Moscow with a frequency of 2 times a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. It should be noted that the airline operated on this route before the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Flights to Mexico will be operated from the capital's Vnukovo airport on Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, the flagship aircraft in the AZUR air fleet.
All Boeing 777-300ER aircraft have completely renovated cabins, installed a multimedia entertainment system - monitors with Touchscreen technology are installed in the back of the seat in front. On flights operated by Boeing 777-300ER, passengers have access to business class, which includes priority service at the airport of departure and improved on-board service.
Tickets for direct scheduled flights to Cancun can be purchased at no additional charges on the airline's website azurair.com