Russian and Czech aviation authorities  have signed a new air service agreement (ASA) and added one more designated carrier from each country on the Moscow-Prague route. According to a memorandum of understanding concluded by the countries' aviation authorities this September the new document will be signed in 2013. It was decided that from the date of signature of the new ASA each country may designate a second airline to operate scheduled services on the Moscow-Prague route ...

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