Russia’s UTair Aviation will launch a 3X-weekly Saint Petersburg-Munich Boeing 737 service Oct. 30, its first scheduled international flight from St. Petersburg in the IATA 2016-17 winter season. Earlier in the IATA 2016 summer season, the carrier announced network development from Pulkovo International Airports, but most new routes were domestic. According to a Pulkovo statement, in addition to Munich, several new destinations will be added. Belgrade-based Air Serbia will continue ...

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