Russian and Turkish aviation authorities have signed an agreement allowing designated airlines to operate up to 7X-weekly Istanbul (Turkey)-Zhukovsky (Russia), Istanbul-Grozny (Russia) and Moscow-Gazipasa (Turkey) services. Russia’s Ikar Airlines (Pegas Fly) has been designated to operate up to 7X-weekly on Zhukovsky-Istanbul routes. Gazipasa, the ninth destination in Turkey from Russia, is a second airport at the well-developed Alanya resort. Russia’s Zhukovsky International ...

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