Baltia Airlines, a New York-based aspiring carrier with plans to launch service to Russia, is beginning maintenance on a second purchased Boeing 747-200 aircraft and is getting closer to completing its FAA certification. Baltia Chairman, CEO and President Igor Dmitrowsky told Aviation Week March 10 that his airline could start weekly service from John F. Kennedy International Airport to St. Petersburg in June. But the airline’s start date has been delayed several times already, having at ...
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