Russia’s Nordwind Airlines has received approval for a Moscow-New York route. The carrier will replace Transaero Airlines, which went bankrupt in 2015. According to Russia’s federal air transport authority Rosaviatsia, the airline may perform up to 7X-weekly flights. In October 2015, Aeroflot Group received 56 out of 156 Transaero route designations, because Aeroflot had to carry most of Transaero’s passengers when the second-biggest Russian airline ceased operations. In ...

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