UK and Russian governments signed a new aviation agreement that will lead to "a significant expansion" in air services between the two countries, the UK government announced. The bilateral grants bmi the right to operate alongside British Airways on the principal London-Moscow route and doubles the number of services permitted to 70 per week--35 from each country. The number of flights permitted on the Manchester-Moscow route will increase to 14 per week. The agreement also opens new ...

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