Vladivostok Airport (VVO) in the Russian Far East will gain open skies status in June, Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport (SVO) CEO Mikhail Vasilenko said. This will enable new carriers to pick up and drop off passengers and cargo without bilateral agreements. SVO, which owns a 52.1% share in VVO, is one of the investors in the $190 million terminal and aerodrome infrastructure renovation set to open in March. The terminal, which will initially accommodate 3.5 million passengers, was revamped ...

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