Brussels Airlines (SN) will add three frequencies on its Brussels-Moscow route, nearly doubling the number of flights between the two capitals to 13 weekly flights by the summer schedule 2012. Markku Ahteela, SN area manager-Nordic Countries and Russian Federation, said the new route became possible owing to the changes made in bilateral agreements between Belgium and Russia. The negotiations between the two countries were complicated and took nearly three years. They were finalized at ...

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