Russia likes deeply embedded traditions and practices. One area where historic etiquette decidedly lingers is in its external aviation policy. The country eschews open skies agreements and maintains a predilection to regulate airline operations on international routes through traditional bilateral agreements. It restricts market access heavily in terms of limited designation of carriers or points that may be served and of frequency and/or capacity. While recent legislative initiatives ...

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