Russian aviation authorities have offered to remove all restrictions on the number of frequencies and destinations between Russia and Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyzstan representatives said they would be ready to discuss the rule changes later this year. In addition, Russian authorities have offered to add 26 frequencies to the Moscow-Bishkek route and 20 frequencies on Moscow-Osh for the summer 2014 season, not the winter 2015 season, as earlier announced. Russian authorities explained that decision ...

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