[CORRECTED] Russia’s charter Nordwind Airlines, which will launch scheduled services this year, has applied for permission for nearly 20 international destinations from different Russian cities. Nordwind CEO Gennady Vani said the carrier has already received a designation for nearly six routes from Orenburg, mainly to Turkey and Egypt, from Krasnoyarsk and Khabarovsk to Bangkok, and from Moscow to Havana and Varadero. Vani could not say which one would be the first scheduled ...

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