The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has granted approval to British Airways (BA) and easyJet (U2) to operate service between London and Moscow Domodedovo under bilateral agreements with the Russian government. BA will continue to operate existing service from London Heathrow, while U2 will operate new service from London Gatwick. Applications to operate the service, previously granted to BA and British Midland International (bmi), were received from BA, U2 and Virgin Atlantic (ATW ...

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