Hong-Kong-based Cathay Pacific will cease Moscow flights from June 1, due to decreasing number of passengers and growing operational costs of the route, the carrier said in a statement. Cathay plans to keep the office in Moscow to support the distribution in the country. Russia’s oneworld alliance member S7 Airlines will become the main Cathay Pacific partner in the region. Cathay Pacific launched 3X-weekly Airbus A340-300 service to Moscow in July 2010. Russia’s international ...

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