Lufthansa German Airlines will cancel flights from Frankfurt to two Russian cities—Kazan and Perm—from April 1. The carrier has flown these routes for 15 years, but said increases in fuel prices, airport taxes, and other fees have made these routes unprofitable. Russia’s Perm Airport is losing one out of two international destinations in Western Europe; Prague remains the only route connecting with European cities. Russia’s Tatarstan Airlines operates flights from ...

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