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How do I know which plane I will fly?

The Ural Airlines fleet consists entirely of Airbus A320 family aircraft (these are A320neo, A321neo, A320, A321 and A319 aircraft). All aircraft are identical and do not differ from each other. According to the air code of the Russian Federation, the airline has the right to replace an aircraft with a similar one when preparing a flight, if this is required to ensure flight safety

How many seats are there in the A320, is there a business class?

Aircraft А319 and А320, А320neo of Ural Airlines are equipped with business class cabins. The number of seats of A319 aircraft in business class is 8 seats, in economy class - 126 seats, in A320 aircraft - 12 seats in business class and 144 in economy class. A321 aircraft are equipped with only economy class cabin with a capacity of 220 seats. If you have purchased a business class ticket, and your flight is operated on an A321 aircraft, you will be provided with Comfort class service with reimbursement of the difference in ticket prices between classes.

How old are Ural Airlines aircraft?

The age of the aircraft does not play a decisive role in ensuring flight safety. The most important thing is how well and professionally the technical maintenance of the equipment is carried out. Ural Airlines has its own technical aviation center, certified according to international standards EASAPart 145. All aircraft of the airline are under operating lease, so their maintenance is carried out according to a strict schedule and in accordance with the requirements of the equipment manufacturer. Currently, the airline is gradually renewing its fleet by purchasing aircraft with a minimum service life. The average age of the airline's fleet is 12 years.

How safe is it to fly with your airline?

Ural Airlines has a valid IOSA certificate, which confirms the company's compliance with international industrial safety standards. These standards are the same for all airlines in the world, for example, Lufthansa, AirFrance, etc. work according to them. The airline passes this audit every 2 years.

Most of the airline's pilots are licensed to fly under ICAO Category 2 (minimum visibility and low cloud level) and regularly attend refresher courses on a simulator.