Moscow’s Zhukovsky International Airport, which officially opened May 30, is receiving more traffic as Russian airlines receive route approvals. Yekaterinburg-based Ural Airlines recently won permission for a 7X-weekly Zhukovsky-Burgas route and Salekhard-based Yamal Airlines received approval for a 4X-weekly Zhukovsky-Plovdiv service. Zhukovsky International Airport is the fourth international airport to open in the Moscow region. Airport construction was announced at a time when ...

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