Russia’s UTair Aviation has received approval for 14X-weekly Moscow-Berlin service, according to a statement by Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency. Previously, Aeroflot subsidiary Rossiya Airlines had these rights. The Moscow-Berlin service is currently operated by Russia’s Sheremetyevo-based Aeroflot, which flies to Berlin Schönefeld, and S7 Airlines, which started Moscow Domodedovo-Berlin Tegel flights in March 2016. In the beginning of 2016, Germany’s ...

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