Russian and Portuguese aviation authorities have agreed to add a second designated carrier from each side for the routes between the countries. According to Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, approved airlines are allowed to operate up to 14X-weekly Moscow-Lisbon service and up to 7X-weekly service on other routes connecting the countries. In June 2009, TAP Portugal launched 5X-weekly Lisbon-Moscow Domodedovo Airbus A320 service, which the airline increased or decreased ...

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