UTair to develop low-cost airport

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Russia’s UTair is looking for investors to develop a low-cost airport at Yermolino in the Kaluga region. According to Vedomosti newspaper, UTair CEO Andrey Martirosov said the airport needs $200 million to build facilities that can handle nearly six million passengers per year. The airline is able...
Polina Montag-Girmes

Polina joined the Air Transport World team in 2011, covering Russian and the Commonwealth of Independent States. She studied journalism at Moscow State University and worked as a journalist for Russian business and airline publications since 2000.

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