Russia’s Ural Airlines has become a member of IATA, which will allow the carrier “to optimize costs of international audit which the airline is required to pass, to get the information on the airline business new technologies and implement them,” the carrier said in a statement. Yekaterinburg-based Ural Airlines, the sixth largest carrier in the country, has become the 13th Russian carrier to join IATA—including Aeroflot and its member airlines (Donavia, Orenair and ...

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