Russia’s UTair plans to allocate charters as a separate business division. The carrier has already transferred nine Boeing 757-200s to its Katekavia subsidiary as a part of the new division. A company representative told ATW the new business structure will allow the carrier to carefully evaluate the charter business. According to UTair, its main partner, Anex Tour, will increase its flights 30% in the 2014-2015 winter season, reaching 84 routes.   The leisure network has expanded ...

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