Russia and Switzerland aviation authorities have agreed to double the number of frequencies between Moscow and Geneva, according to Russia’s Ministry of Transport. Aeroflot Airline will be able to operate 21 weekly flights instead of 14. Another seven additional frequencies will be given to a second designated carrier, which will be chosen by authorities. Also, a new route between Zhukovsky, Moscow’s secondary airport, and Geneva could launch in the near future with up to ...

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