BRUSSELS—Aeroflot believes the strength of its alliances is starting to fade, and it is talking to several airlines about forming a joint venture (JV), an executive of the Russian airline said. There was a period when being a member of an alliance was a must-have, and alliances were a crucial development stage for airlines. “But, in my opinion, alliances are not very important any longer. The best of their life is over,” Giorgio Callegari, Aeroflot deputy CEO for strategy ...

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