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  • The airline describes its history:

    The history of Azur Air Ukraine began in 2009, when the company was founded under the name Utair Ukraine and, having two ATR-42-300 aircraft in its fleet, performed the first flight from Luhansk to Moscow.

    In 2010, we had a Boeing 737-400, which operated charter flights to Turkey and Egypt.

    From 2011 to 2013, the airline experienced rapid development, increasing its fleet to sixteen aircraft: five ATR 42-300s, five received completely new aircraft, the ATR 72-212A, three Bombardier CL600-2B19s and three Boeing 737-800s, which replaced the old 737-400 on charter flights. At that time, we became one of the leading Ukrainian carriers, and, cooperating with the tour operator Anex Tour, significantly expanded the program of tourist flights.

    In 2014, after Russia's annexation of Crimea and the start of an anti-terrorist operation in eastern Ukraine, the air transportation market was severely hit. We had to reduce the number of aircraft to three Boeing 737-800s, and completely abandon regular flights. Continuing our cooperation with the Anex Tour, we focused on charter transportation.

    Since 2015, the company changed its name to Azur Air Ukraine.

    Starting from 2018, our fleet included long-haul Boeing 767 aircraft, which allowed us to significantly expand the geography of flights, connecting Ukrainian cities with direct flights with the exotic coast of the Caribbean Sea and green islands of southeast Asia.