Russia’s Kaluga International Airport will now be able to handle scheduled flights from Germany after authorities agreed to replace Perm with Kaluga as a Russian destination. In addition, the Russian Federation has designated Memmingen Airport as a German destination. The new Kaluga airport, located 160 km from Moscow, opened May 27, 2015. It was granted international status from Aug. 14.   International flights were launched Nov. 16 when Tadjikistan’s Asia Express ...

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