Russian authorities have approved VIM Avia to operate up to 7X-weekly services from Moscow to Manchester and Birmingham. VIM Avia did not say when it plans to launch the flights or what type of aircraft it will use. According to Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, it also approved VIM Avia to operate scheduled services on Kazan-Frankfurt, Moscow-Mumbai and Moscow-Amritsar routes. EasyJet was the first carrier to establish direct scheduled Manchester-Moscow ...

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