Russia’s Pulkovo International Airport added 15 new destinations in 2016, comprising six domestic and nine international routes. Croatia Airlines launched flights from Zagreb and Air Serbia began Belgrade-Saint Petersburg service. Yekaterinburg-based Ural Airlines started flights to Georgian capital Tbilisi, while Saint Petersburg-based Rossiya Airlines launched Rimini service. Last year, the airport, which is located in Saint Petersburg, handled 13.3 million passengers and welcomed ...

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