Russia’s Ural Airlines plans to launch weekly Airbus A320 Kaluga (Grabtsevo)-Yerevan (Armenia) service in February, increasing Kaluga International Airport’s (KLF) network. The carrier is allowed to operate up to 5X-weekly service, according to Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia. The new Kaluga airport, located 160 km from Moscow, opened May 27, 2015. It was granted international status from Aug. 14.   Kaluga launched international ...

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