Kaluga International Airport will launch international flights Nov. 16 when Tadjikistan’s Asia Express Airline and Russia’s Ural Airlines fly into the new airport. On Nov. 16, Asia Express will start 3X-weekly Boeing 737-400 Kulob (Tadjikistan)-Kaluga service, and on Nov. 17, Ural Airlines will begin weekly Airbus A320 Kaluga-Khudzhand flights. Kaluga airport was officially reopened after 13 years at the end of May 2015. Komiaviatrans started domestic scheduled flights in June ...

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