Russia’s Ministry of Industry and Trade has offered to equip Red Wings Airlines with Tupolev Tu-204 aircraft to be used on flights to Crimea after Aeroflot’s new low-cost (LCC) subsidiary Dobrolet suspended flights Aug. 4 due to sanctions imposed by the European Union. It operated Boeing 737s. Red Wings, which has only Tu-204s in its fleet, could become the main carrier on routes between Russian regions and the Black Sea peninsula. Deputy Minister Yury Slusar said 11 additional ...

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