Sochi to Tel Aviv: Soaring High Despite Headlines

Sochi to Tel Aviv: Soaring High Despite Headlines


Azimuth Airlines has confirmed that its scheduled flights between Sochi, Russia, and Tel Aviv, Israel, will continue to operate as planned, despite recent regional developments.

"We are committed to providing our passengers with reliable and convenient air travel options," stated an Azimuth Airlines spokesperson. "Our Sochi-Tel Aviv route continues to operate as per schedule, with flights departing five days a week: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays."

The airline's decision to maintain its Sochi-Tel Aviv service comes amidst heightened regional tensions following the recent launch of Iranian drones towards Israel. However, Azimuth Airlines has emphasized its commitment to passenger safety and operational continuity.

"The safety of our passengers and crew remains our top priority," the spokesperson added. "We are closely monitoring the situation and will take all necessary measures to ensure the safety of our operations."

In addition to direct flights, Azimuth Airlines also maintains its Tel Aviv connections from Mineralnye Vody, Russia, with a convenient stopover in Sochi. This ensures seamless travel for passengers originating from that region.

Passengers are encouraged to visit the Azimuth Airlines website or contact their call center for the latest information and to book their flights.

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