The Russian government is considering Ramenskoye Airfield and Yermolino Airport as possible airports for low-cost carriers (LCC) in the Kaluga region, Kommersant newspaper has reported. The new locations are necessary as Moscow’s three existing airports—Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo and Vnukovo—will not be able to handle expected high levels of passenger growth. In addition, Aeroflot and UTair have disclosed their plans to launch an LCC subsidiary, which will increase the ...

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