MOSCOW—Aeroflot Group has been hit hard by Russia’s economic downturn as the country’s largest international airline and has decided on drastic measures: downsizing and restructuring.  Aeroflot announced plans to withdraw from service up to 43 aircraft it currently operates under financial lease, “in order to optimize the cost structure and route network.” The group includes five subsidiaries in addition to the parent airline: Rossiya, OrenAir, Donavia, ...

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