Russia’s commuter subsidy program doubles in growth in 1Q

Russian airlines carried 78,400 passengers in the first quarter through the commuter subsidy program, more than doubled from 29,800 passengers in the year-ago period. According to Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, the number of operated flights grew 88.6% to 1,698 in 2016 from 900...

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