Russia’s Kaluga airport increases international network

Russia’s Ural Airlines plans to launch weekly Airbus A320 Kaluga (Grabtsevo)-Yerevan (Armenia) service in February, increasing Kaluga International Airport’s (KLF) network. The carrier is allowed to operate up to 5X-weekly service, according to Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia...

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