Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, has directed six carriers to cut their winter charter programs because there is not enough aircraft to cover planned flights, the authority said in a statement Dec. 21. Azur Air has reduced 15% of its charter program volume, while Royal Flight has cut 5% of its charter flights. In addition, the authority has notified Yakutia Airline, Saratov Airlines, Nordwind Airlines, Ikar Airline, which operates under Pegas Fly brand, to reduce ...

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