Moscow Domodedovo obtained certification from Russia's Federal Air Transport Agency to handle the A300 and ATR 42, opening the door for services by UTair, which plans to begin operating the ATR 42 from the airport this fall. Domodedovo said it successfully completed a four-month test of the GK-1 access control system and will begin installation of the voice-analysis system developed by Israel's Newsysco, which will be used in passenger security screening at all customs and border control ...

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