Russia’s new Kaluga Airport has been granted international status and will be able to handle international flights from Aug. 14. In September, the airport said it will launch flights to Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic. The airport is expected to handle up to 15 international destinations, including Frankfurt on Main, Braunschweig, Munich, Prague, Brussels, Minsk, Kiev, Madrid, Dubai and Tashkent. The Kaluga airport was constructed on the base of Grabtsevo airport, which ...

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