Swiss International Air Lines can use Russian airspace again for its flights to the Far East following the lifting of a ban that was implemented in May 2010. Russian aviation authorities imposed the ban after the Swiss Ministry of Finance fined Russian billionaire Viktor Vekselberg for allegedly violating stock market regulations. Vekselberg was legally cleared last September. LX can now use a more centrally located route via Russian airspace for its ZRH–Shanghai Pudong and ...

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