Finnair A330-300 and A340-300 at Helsinki
Finnair management has expressed concerns that if Russian authorities suspend trans-Siberian routes for European carriers in response to European Union sanctions, airlines could see increases in flight times, fuel consumption and cabin crew wages—which would give a competitive advantage to airlines from other regions, such as Asian ...
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