Russia’s Utair Aviation is developing a network in the South of Russia and adding new routes to cities hosting the 2018 FIFA World Cup this summer. Utair will launch direct flights to the resort town of Anapa from Moscow, Surgut, Ufa and Nizhnevartovsk; to the resort town of Gelendzhik from Moscow and Surgut; and to Sochi from Krasnodar, Moscow, Surgut, Nizhnevartovsk and Tyumen. The airline will connect Volgograd with Kazan, Samara and Sochi—where the FIFA games for the World ...

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