Russian and Czech aviation authorities will designate second carriers to begin services on the Moscow-Prague route during the IATA summer season 2014. According to a memorandum of understanding signed in September 2012, the new airline will have rights to operate seven flights per week. Currently, only Russia’s Aeroflot and Czech Airlines—both SkyTeam members—can operate flights between the cities. In November 2012, Aeroflot CEO Vitaly Saveliev said the carrier was ...

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