Lufthansa’ (LH) said its passengers on Germany-Russia routes grew by 5% in the first quarter, LH board member Jens Bischof said. The carrier has launched several new routes in Russia and the CIS this year. At the end of March, LH launched service from Hamburg to St. Petersburg, and at the beginning of May it launched the Ukrainian route of Munich-Odessa. Despite the delay of Berlin Brandenburg International airport’s opening, the carrier from June 3 doubled the number of ...

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