The Russian government has approved a bill to allow local airlines to sell non-refundable tickets, which will enable local carriers to be more competitive on the international market. It is expected the document will be considered by the State Duma later this fall. According to Russian Air Code, currently the airline is obliged to give back the full ticket cost to passengers who cancel their reservations 24 hours before the flight. Aeroflot CEO Vitaly Saveliev has said the non-refundable ...

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