Russia's airline sector undergoes government-orchestrated streamlining
The Russian airline sector is poised for major change, with two large airlines joining forces to form a more powerful carrier. As part of the realignment, management of St. Petersburg's airport also is in flux, along with the operation of some of the Russian government's executive aircraft fleet. The two key actors in this phase of restructuring are Pulkovo Airlines and Rossia. State-owned Pulkovo already is one of the largest carriers in Russia, but the combination with state-owned ...
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