Russian and Bulgarian civil aviation authorities have agreed to double frequencies on Burgas (BOJ)–Moscow and Varna (VAR)–Moscow routes.
Russian and Bulgarian civil aviation authorities have agreed to double frequencies on Burgas (BOJ)–Moscow and Varna (VAR)–Moscow routes. According to the Russian Ministry of Transport, the designated carriers of each country will be able to operate 14 scheduled flights per week between these destinations. The countries will add one more carrier to each destination, which is currently served by Russia’s S7 Airlines and Bulgaria Air (FB). Russian authorities did not ...
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