Russia’s Ural Airlines carried 1.33 million passengers in 1Q 2017, up 28% year-over-year (YOY). The Yekaterinburg-based carrier operated 10,256 flights, up 18% YOY. Ural Airlines has a well-developed base at Moscow Domodedovo Airport and is attracting flights from other regions of Russia. On April 13, the carrier launched 2X-weekly Airbus A320 Sochi-Tel Aviv service. According to a Sochi International Airport statement, the scheduled flights will be year round. At the beginning of ...

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