Russian low-cost carrier Avianova has stopped online ticket sales from Sunday and could stop flights as soon as Monday night, Moscow News reported. It said the carrier is facing “a difficult liquidity crisis” and its partners will stop maintenance of its six Airbus A320s from Oct. 3. About 70,000 passengers could face travel disruptions. The company encountered financial problems earlier this year when its shareholders, Alfa-Group A1 (51%) and US investment fund Indigo ...

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