Ukranian AeroSvit Airlines and Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport have been in a clash over the carrier’s debt of RUB 95 million ($3 million). The airport had given AeroSvit until Dec. 10 to pay off the debt or else it would ban the carrier. AeroSvit reportedly made a partial payment Thursday and said in a statement it will pay the rest before the Dec. 10 deadline. AeroSvit’s debt for Russia’s air traffic control system has reportedly reached $1 ...

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