Ural Airlines, Russia’s sixth biggest carrier, has requested government guarantees, spokesperson Sergey Antonov has confirmed. “Ural Airlines was included in the list of country’s backbone companies that can request state help. The carrier decided to use that possibility,” Antonov said. The airline did not disclose the size of the guarantees or other details about the request. TASS agency reported Ural Airlines asked up to RUB2 billion ($32 million). In February, ...

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