Russia’s Ministry of Justice has amended Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) allowing airlines to launch international flights without waiting two years after operating domestic services. The amendments have not been announced officially, but were confirmed by an ATW source. The changes will permit Aeroflot low-cost subsidiary (LCC) Pobeda Airlines, which began service Dec. 1, 2014, to launch international flights. The airline applied for the international permissions several times ...

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