UTair Struggles To Recover As Transaero Winds Down

MOSCOW—Russia’s air-transport market stands on the brink of radical changes as the country’s second-largest carrier, the bankrupt Transaero, brings its operations to a close, and rival UTair restructures to stay afloat. Transaero’s case is not unique. Russian carriers that pursued rapid market...

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