New alliance created and controlled by the state and Russian Technologies to replace AiRUnion will comprise 10 regional airlines, be registered as a public corporation and eventually be called something other than Russia Airlines (a working name), RT head Sergei Chemezov told journalists, The Moscow Times reported. Moscow Vnukovo will be the carrier's principal base, with the Moscow city government holding the remaining 49% of the new company (ATWOnline, Oct. 22). It also will have bases in ...

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