Russia’s Aeroflot, which is combining three of its regional subsidiaries—Rossiya Airlines, Donavia and Orenair—into one company under the Rossiya Airlines brand, said the fleet of the renewed carrier will reach 74 aircraft and will carry up to 10 million passengers per year. After the merger, which is expected to be finalized in 2016, the subsidiary will concentrate on regional markets. According to Aeroflot, the new Rossiya will employ 1,500 of 2,060 OrenAir’s ...

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