Germany and Russia reached an agreement on moving Lufthansa Cargo's regional transit hub from Astana in Kazakhstan to Krasnoyarsk in Siberia, ending a dispute that had resulted in the temporary cessation of LHC's Russian overflight rights. "Our overflight rights via Russia are now granted," LHC Chairman and CEO Carsten Spohr told ATWOnline last week in Frankfurt, adding that LHC will move to Krasnoyarsk once operational and commercial conditions are met and modernization projects at the ...

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