Russian charter carrier Azur Air plans to transfer flights from Moscow Domodedovo Airport to Moscow Vnukovo International from Oct. 1. The carrier said the relocation—driven by better accessibility—will take a month as it needs to organize ground handling processes and integrate its IT network with the airport’s IT system. The carrier will first move its Boeing 737-800 fleet, then its 757-200s. The long-haul fleet—767s and 777s—will be transferred at the end of ...

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