The Rossiya Airlines board has approved the early resignation of CEO Dmitry Saprykin whose contract would have expired in November 2018. Saprykin led the St. Petersburg-based Aeroflot subsidiary in November 2015, when Aeroflot Group management had to consolidate subsidiaries Rossiya, Rostov-on-Don-based Donavia and Orenburg-based Orenair. The combined carrier was launched under the Rossiya Airlines brand in March 2016.  In 2017, Rossiya carried 11.2 million passengers, up 37.7% ...

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