Russia’s UTair Airline will operate than 50 weekly flights to13 destinations from Saint Petersburg in the IATA 2016 summer season. The carrier, which has bases at Tyumen, Surgut and Moscow, will start flights in June from Saint Petersburg to Lenkoran (Azerbaijan), Anapa, Nazran, Naryan Mar, Novy Urengoy, Tomsk, Makhachkala and several other Russian cities. It will also operate 4X-daily Moscow Vnukovo-Saint Petersburg service. UTair reported a first-quarter increase in traffic ...

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