Russia’s Azur Air has introduced a second Boeing 737-900ER, two months after acquiring its initial one – which the carrier claimed was the first in the country.
Azur Air says the aircraft (VQ-BYO) is configured in a single-class layout for 215 passengers, with 24 seats featuring greater legroom.
Flight Fleets Analyzer lists the airframe as a 2007 example originally delivered to Indonesian operator Lion Air.
Azur says the -900ERs are being used on routes from Moscow to cities including Antalya and Dubai.
It states that its fleet is 25% larger compared with the beginning of last year, and that the additional -900ER takes the number of aircraft it operates to 25.