Moscow Vnukovo (VKO) announced it will suspend serving Kuban Airlines (GW) flights as of Dec. 26 because the of carrier’s debt to the airport. According to a VKO statement, the Krasnodar-based regional carrier owes the airport nearly RUB400 million ($12.6 million), an amount GW denies, saying it is over twice the amount of the real debt. The carrier also said in a statement the debt had been rescheduled, which it will pay from April 2012. Airline representatives published proving ...

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