Low-cost carrier Lucky Air, a Kunming-based subsidiary of HNA Group, announced it will launch Kunming-Moscow services from June 12. The carrier plans to operate the Airbus A330-300 on the route, which will be 2X-weekly in June and increase to 3X-weekly in July.   Lucky has also applied to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to begin 1X-weekly Chengdu-Irkutsk, Russia, service from July using the Boeing 737-800. Lucky operates 45 aircraft on 113 routes, comprising 99 ...

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