Russia and Belarus have agreed to five daily frequencies for each country’s carriers on the Moscow-Minsk (MSQ) route, effective April 27.
Russia and Belarus have agreed to five daily frequencies for each country’s carriers on the Moscow-Minsk (MSQ) route, effective April 27. The two countries will set the new rules for the winter season schedule in September. Deputy Minister of Transport of Russia Valery Okulov said Russia and Belarus aviation authorities will consider cabotage for the carriers, although no details were given. The two countries have been involved in a dispute over the number of frequencies on ...
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