Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL) announces a new campaign for Baku-Tel Aviv-Baku flights.
Air ticket for flights in this direction will cost 299 EUR, while the opposite flights (Tel Aviv - Baku - Tel Aviv) - 299 USD. Dates of flights within the campaign: from February 3 to March 3 2018. It should be noted that the number of air tickets on discounts is limited.
The cost includes free baggage allowance (1 piece up to 23 kg), hand luggage (up to 10 kg, dimensions up to 55*40*23 cm) and hot meals on board.
Tel Aviv is the cultural and business center of Israel. It is a modern city with many restaurants, shopping centers and discos. It is famous for its beautiful sandy beaches on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. On the pedestrian seaside boulevard you can walk to the port city of Jaffa where there are many attractions.
AZAL flights from Baku to Tel Aviv are carried out twice a week on comfortable Airbus A319 and A320 airplanes.
Air tickets on discounts should be purchased at least 72 hours before the departure at the AZAL sales offices, on the website www.azal.az, as well as in the Airline’s official agencies. Points for the flight may be credited automatically in case AZAL Miles member unique number will be entered in the appropriate filed while purchasing online.
Detailed information about AZAL Miles frequent-flyer program is available at: www.miles.azal.az. Online registration is available for those who are not a member of the program yet on the following link
To purchase tickets and for more information, please contact:
(+99412) 598-88-80; short number for calls from Azerbaijan: *8880.
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