Russian airlines carried 16,770 passengers in January through the commuter subsidy program, according to Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia. The agency said 388 flights were performed on 105 routes. Fifteen airlines took part in a program in January, including Angara, Aurora, YuVT-Aero, RusLine and Komiaviatrans. Last year, 26 carriers were involved in the subsidy program. The most popular route of the program is Novosibirsk-Talakan, which connects Novosibirsk, one of ...

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