Russia and Republic of Korea have agreed to remove restrictions on flights between Korean cities and Vladivostok International Airport (VVO). In a memorandum of understanding, the two countries said they would not limit the number of designated airlines and frequency entitlements of both sides. VVO in the Russian Far East will gain open skies status in June (ATW Daily News, Feb. 13). Industry experts say the new rules will attract new carriers and more passengers, enabling VVO to get a ...

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