Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a resolution lifting the ban on charter flights to Turkey Aug. 28, leading the way for Russian leisure carriers to file requests to begin charter flights between the two countries. Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency said in a statement it is ready to allow airlines to resume charter flights.    Charter flights between the countries ceased in November 2015 after Turkish fighter jets downed a Russian fighter aircraft as ...

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