HOW TO GET TO AZERBAIJAN
The national airline, “Azerbaijan Airlines” (AZAL), operates from Baku, Heydar Aliyev International Airport and from the country’s other airports (Ganja, Qabala and Nakhchivan) with both domestic and international flights offering connections worldwide. Direct flights to and transit flights via Azerbaijan are also provided by numerous international airlines..
Buta Airways is the first low-cost airline in Azerbaijan, and currently, the low-cost airline carries out flights to the near abroad with flights from the airports of Baku and Ganja to nine international destinations in Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Georgia and Iran. Since the beginning of its operation, Buta Airways has been in high demand both among the citizens of Azerbaijan and in other countries. Loading of aircrafts on the majority of destinations is not less than 85 percent. The fleet of Buta Airways includes modern comfortable Embraer E190 aircrafts. These new and reliable aircrafts are equipped with comfortable seats, wide legroom and large overhead bins for hand luggage. As the number of new destinations increases, the airline plans to expand its fleet of aircrafts.
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Note: Wizz AIR the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, realises its Budapest-Baku service starting from 27 March 2016.
Azerbaijan has railway connections to a number of CIS cities. You can travel to Baku and back by train from such cities as Kars, Tbilisi, Makhachkala, Moscow, Tyumen, Rostov, Kharkov etc. More details of the routes, train schedules and fares are provided on the official website of “Azerbaijan Railways” JSC.