Russian and Greek aviation authorities have agreed to increase the number of frequencies from 21 to 35 flights per week between Moscow and Athens for designated carriers, according to a letter released by Russian regulators. “These additional 14 frequencies will be allocated [based on each side’s choice]. For the Russian side, seven additional frequencies shall be utilized by the first designated air carrier and the remaining seven additional frequencies shall be utilized by the ...

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