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How times have changed! International airlines left Sheremetyevo like a flood, now a new ranking places it not just as Moscow’s finest, but the world’s number one airport
It was not so long ago that airlines were flooding away from Sheremetyevo International airport, Moscow’s main historical gateway to take advantage of improving facilities…..
Cebu Pacific plans to look at expanding in Australia and launching services to India and Russia from 2024, when it starts taking delivery of its…..
Saint Petersburg airport calls for an open skies regime of its own as it approaches the 20mppa barrier
Saint Petersburg’s Pulkovo International airport has called for the imposition of an Open Skies regime specifically for flights to and from the facility, the main…..
It appears to be a boom time for Russian arrivals in Asia-Pacific countries, thanks to a doubling in seat capacity on direct flights from Russia…..
European budget carrier Ryanair has revealed it intends to expand operations from Lappeenranta Airport in southeast Finland over the winter 2019/2020 schedule with routes to/from…..
Qazaq Air becomes Kazakhstan’s third international airline, opening new links to Kyrgyzstan and Russia
Qazaq Air has become Kazakhstan’s third international airline, giving leisure passengers and corporates a new option on regional routes to neighbouring countries. The government owned…..
Is this a case of Russian Railette? New high speed rail line to be built between Moscow and St Petersburg, but what impact will it have on air routes?
Russia’s presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said president Vladimir Putin has approved the commencement of planning work for a Moscow – St Petersburg high speed…..
Singapore, Ireland, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Germany are home to those most savvy with their spending and saving
With numerous global forecasts highlighting the current economic climate as a major potential factor in short and medium term development across the world – especially…..
Moscow’s Zhukovsky International Airport, previously known as Ramenskoye (it serves both those cities and also commemorates the scientist Nikolay Zhukovsky), handled 1.2 million passengers in…..