Krasnodar-based Kuban Airlines (GW) carried nearly 900,000 passengers in 2011, up 35% over the previous year. International traffic grew 82% to 239,000 passengers. On domestic routes, GW carried more than 660,000 passengers, up 23.5% year-over-year. Load factor grew 17.8 percentage points to 72%. In 2011, GW operated more than 5,500 flights, up 7.5% over 2010. In a statement, GW credited the growth with the opening of new routes. In 2011, the carrier launched routes from Moscow to ...

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