Russian state-owned Air Traffic Management Corp. (ATM Corp.) will invest RUB881.9 million ($13.8 million) to develop a new control tower at Simferopol International Airport in Crimea. The agreement was signed by the airport, ATM Corp. and the Crimean government at the Yalta International Economic Forum April 18. Simferopol airport said the new control tower was expected to improve air traffic management efficiency, flight safety and on-time performance. The tower is planned to be built ...

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