European Commission VP and Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas is hoping talks yesterday in Moscow with his Russian counterpart, Maxim Sokolov, will end a long-running feud on Siberian overflight charges paid by European carriers. Sources close to the talks say the Russian authorities might link the abolishment of the Siberian overflight fees for European Union (EU) operators to certification by the European Aviation Safety Agency of the Sukhoi Superjet’s assembly line and the ...
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