Russia’s Polet Airline ceases scheduled passenger operations

Russia’s Voronezh-based Polet Airline has stopped scheduled passenger flights, but plans to resume scheduled services by the end of the year. Polet CEO Anatoly Karpov said the carrier ceased flights because part of its fleet—two Saab 2000s and one Saab 340—are in Sweden for C checks. The carrier has...

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