Russia’s Ministry of Transport is aiming to liberalize the country's international airline market by establishing a new system for choosing which carriers will operate on international routes. According to Russian authorities, carriers will now have to possess an IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certificate, incur no tax debt and demonstrate a high level of flight regularity. Transaero Airlines (UN) last year accused the Ministry of Transport of restricting ...

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