The Russian government is considering allowing foreign low-cost carriers (LCCs) to operate on domestic routes, a measure that would lower rates on domestic destinations, making flights more affordable. Russia’s RBC Daily reports that the Ministry of Transport and Ministry of Economic Development will introduce proposals before year end. It is possible the rules will be tested on one route or in one Russian region chosen by the government. Two Russian LCCs, Avianova and Sky ...

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