Yakutia Airlines has negotiated with several carriers to perform international flights for the company after Russian authorities suspended the airline’s international operations. The suspension took effect Nov. 5 and the airline has already agreed with IrAero Airlines to perform Irkutsk-Tashkent (Uzbekistan) flights Nov. 10 and 17. Krasnodar-Prague (Czech Republic) flights will be flown by Ural Airlines. Passengers with tickets for Seoul (South Korea)-Yakutsk ...

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