Saint Petersburg’s Pulkovo International Airport handled 13.5 million passengers in 2015, down 5.4% year-over-year. Despite the downward trend, 10 new airlines launched flights at the airport last year, Pulkovo said in a statement. The new entries include six Russian airlines—Red Wings, Pobeda Airline, Ikar Airline, YuVT-Aero, Komiaviatrans and Vologda air enterprise—as well as four international carriers: Brussels Airlines, Georgia Airways, Meridiana and China Southern ...

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