Russia’s Transaero Airline (UN) has received permission to operate scheduled flights from Moscow and St. Petersburg (LED) to Rome (FCO) and Milan (MXP), becoming the second Russian carrier, after Aeroflot (SU), on these routes. According to the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency Rosaviatsia, UN was approved for seven weekly frequencies from Moscow to each of these Italian cities, though the carrier asked for 14 weekly frequencies. The airline will fly from LED to MXP and FCO ...

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