Russia’s Tyumen parliament has agreed to budget amendments of RUB4.289 billion ($64.8 million) for a capital contribution to UTair Airline as part of a plan to bail out the struggling carrier. The Tyumen region’s decision follows last week’s announcement by Russia’s Khanty-Mansi autonomous area that it approved a RUB11.5 billion capital injection to “support the regional airline routes development steadiness.” According to a Tyumen region statement, the ...

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