Civil aviation, currently accounting for 63.5 million jobs globally and 3.5 percent of global gross domestic product, is one of the most asset-intensive and regulated industries in the world.
With parts that are high-cost and low in numbers, even the slightest of improvements in asset functionality and maintenance can yield significant cost and efficiency advantages.
Azerbaijan, the South Caucasus’s most developed economy, is experiencing an era of development in civil aviation.
If earlier Azerbaijan Airlines AZAL provided passengers with ordinary flights, today the national carrier’s customers enjoy AZALJET, low-cost brand and only recently Buta Airways joined their ranks, as 100-percent owned subsidiary company of AZAL.
The first low-cost airline in Azerbaijan was founded in December 2016. The Airline’s fleet consists of modern Embraer aircrafts.To start flights in autumn 2017, Buta Airways will offer final minimum airfare for all destinations for only 29 euros one way.
Buta Airways will carry out flights to the most popular destinations.
The carrier will launch flights from Baku to Moscow, Kyiv, Antalya, Kazan, Mineralnye Vody, Tbilisi and Tehran starting from September 1, as well as to Istanbul and St. Petersburg and from Ganja to Moscow beginning from October 29 in accordance with the winter flight schedule.