The aviation authorities of Russia and Israel have agreed to remove restrictions on routes between the two countries with the exception of Moscow-Tel Aviv. On all other routes between Russia and Tel Aviv there will be no restrictions on the number of carriers, flights or aircraft capacity. On the Moscow-Tel Aviv route, authorities agreed to add 15 weekly frequencies for each side and to permit second-designation carriers. Israel’s El Al and Russia’s Transaero now have the right ...

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