Aeroflot’s new low-cost (LCC) subsidiary Dobrolet suspended flights Aug. 4 due to sanctions  imposed by the European Union (EU). The new LCC began operations June 10 with Moscow-Simferopol services. “The lease contract and agreements on Dobrolet Airlines’ technical maintenance, insurance and air navigation information exchanges have been annulled,” Russia’s Interfax news agency reported, quoting the carrier. “On conditions of unprecedented pressure ...

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