Russia and Finland aviation authorities have agreed to increase flight frequencies from 35X- to 42-X per week on the Moscow-Helsinki route. Currently, Aeroflot and Finnair operate the route, with both using Moscow Sheremetyevo in Moscow. Aeroflot LCC subsidiary Pobeda Airline starts Moscow Vnukovo-Helsinki Oct. 5 using Boeing 737-800s and will operate the additional Russian frequencies The countries agreed to add a second designated carriers in 2013. Russia´s S7 Airlines, a member ...

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