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Azimuth opens several routes to new Crimean terminal

New Russian operator Azimuth is to open several routes connecting to the Crimean city of Simferopol.

The airline says it is to commence services to Simferopol from Rostov-on-Don, as well as from Krasnodar and Mineralnye Vody.

Flights will begin on 2 June, the carrier states.

Azimuth will use Sukhoi Superjet 100s for the services, with a configuration of up to 103 seats. The airline recently completed deliveries of its initial fleet of Superjets.

It will operate all three routes twice-weekly.

Simferopol airport has undergone expansion with a new terminal which began accepting flights on 16 April.

Azimuth is also operating from a new home base following the opening of Rostov-on-Don's Platov airport four months ago.

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