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Red Wings’ Tupolev Tu-204 lands safely after engine surge 
A Red Wings’ Tupolev Tu-204, en route from Ufa to Sochi in Russia, experienced an engine surge, which caused a fire, in the left PS-90A engine while taking off Aug. 22.
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Russia’s Rostec, United Aircraft Corp. to merge 
Russia’s Rostec has finalized a decision to merge with United Aircraft Corp. (UAC), Interfax news agency reported, quoting Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov.
Russia’s Utair expands at Rostov-on-Don 
Utair Aviation plans to add five new domestic destinations from Rostov-on-Don Platov International Airport at the beginning of September, the airline said.
Aeroflot LCC Pobeda boosts international network at Pulkovo Airport 
Aeroflot low-cost subsidiary Pobeda Airline plans to launch three new international routes from St. Petersburg Pulkovo Airport in October, the airport said.
Russia’s Rostec to sell 75% of MC-21 component manufacturer 
Russia’s state-owned Rostec said it will sell 75% minus one share in Technodinamika holding company, the leading developer and manufacturer of components and systems for the MC-21, including the neutral gas, electrical power, oxygen and fire protection systems, as well as landing gear components.
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Russia’s Pobeda Airlines increases regional frequency 
Aeroflot LCC Pobeda Airlines will increase its share of domestic regional flights to 46% during the 2018/2019 IATA winter season.
Moscow Domodedovo traffic to Turkey up 26% in July & July 
Traffic from Moscow Domodedovo International Airport to Turkey increased 26.3% year-over-year (YOY) in June and July 2018.
Russia’s Ural Airlines, Belavia to codeshare 
Russia’s Ural Airlines and Belavia Belarusian Airlines signed a codeshare agreement July 30.
Russia’s passenger traffic up 11.3% in 1H 
Russian airlines carried 51.4 million passengers in the 2018 first half, up 11.3% year-over-year (YOY).
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Aeroflot Group reports 1H traffic up 8.2% 
Russia’s Aeroflot Group carried 24.9 million passengers in the 2018 first half, up 8.2% year-over-year (YOY).
Russia’s Utair Aviation carries 8% more passengers in 1H 
Russia’s Utair Aviation carried 3.5 million passengers in 1H 2018, up 8% year-over-year (YOY), the airline said.
Russian regional airports benefit from FIFA 2018 World Cup 
Airports in Yekaterinburg, Samara, Rostov-on-Don and Nizhny Novgorod handled 1.2 million passengers during the FIFA 2018 World Cup, which ran from June 14-July 15, up 35% year-over-year (YOY).
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Ural Airlines operates 450 more flights during FIFA World Cup 
Russia’s Ural Airlines performed 6,098 flights in June to carry FIFA 2018 World Cup visitors, up 450 flights year-over-year (YOY), the carrier said.
Irkut MC-21-300 test aircraft flies in new color 
Irkut’s Corp.’s second MC-21-300 prototype performed a flight painted in a new color July 11.
Russia’s Rostec, Italy’s Atitech to build JV MRO center 
Russia’s state-owned Rostec, its subsidiary Technodinamika, and Italian MRO provider Atitech plan to launch a joint venture (JV) to build an MRO center in the Moscow region.
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