Ukraine’s State Aviation Administration is requiring Russian airlines, Aeroflot and Transaero, to get permission for each flight over Ukraine. Both carriers pass over the country’s territory while flying from Russia to Bulgaria, Israel, Turkey, Egypt and Greece. Ukrainian authorities said the new rules—which became effective Aug. 14—are necessary because the two carriers “disregard the international rules flying to Crimea.” Both airlines continue to ...

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