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Russian carriers NW20 Zanzibar charter service additions

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Various Russian carriers in recent schedule update filed planned charter operations to Zanzibar in Tanzania, on board Boeing 767 and 777...

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Utair adds Grozny – Istanbul service from late-Oct 2020

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Russian carrier Utair starting next week is adding new service to Turkey, as the airline schedules Grozny – Istanbul route. From 26OCT20,...

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Russia expands routes eligible for subsidies

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Russia’s government has expanded the number of routes eligible for subsidies as part of efforts to increase domestic traffic.

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Utair delays Surgut – Tashkent launch to mid-July 2020

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Russian carrier Utair has revised planned service launch on Surgut – Tashkent route, previously scheduled from 03JUN20. The airline...

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Utair moves Moscow – Split launch to August 2020

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Russian carrier Utair has revised planned Moscow Vnukovo – Split service launch. Previously scheduled from 02JUN20, the airline’s...

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Utair plans Moscow Vnukovo – Split service from June 2020

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Russian carrier Utair has filed seasonal service to Croatia, where the airline plans nonstop Moscow Vnukovo – Split route. Pending on...

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UTair March - May 2020 International service adjustment as of 20MAR20

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Russian carrier UTair this week gradually cancelled all International service, scheduled until late-March 2020. Cancelled routes as follows....

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UTair adds seasonal Surgut – Tashkent service in S20

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Russian carrier UTair in summer 2020 season is adding new seasonal route to Uzbekistan, which sees the offering of Surgut – Tashkent...

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UTair adds Ufa – Vienna service from June 2019

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UTair earlier this month added new European route from Ufa, which saw the inaugural of Ufa – Vienna route on 03JUN19. This route is...

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Get to know the Stans: Tajikistan

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In the first part of a new series focusing on the five former Soviet republics in Central Asia, often referred to as ‘the Stans’, Routesonline...

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