Russia and the UK have agreed to increase the number of Moscow-London frequencies from 21X- to 35X-weekly for first-designated carriers. “These traffic rights are applicable for any type of aircraft smaller than a 500-seat capacity,” according to a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed by the countries at the end of May. According to an ATW source, Moscow-based Aeroflot Airlines asked for a frequency increase. Russian international traffic is still down, but a Moscow-London ...

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