Russian and Spanish aviation authorities have agreed to increase the number of designated carriers for Moscow-Barcelona service from three to five for each side. Rosaviatsia  said it has increased the number of frequencies from 42 to 57 per week for each side. The additional frequencies will be allocated to newly designated carriers. In addition, the number of frequencies for Moscow-Malaga service has been increased from 14 to 21 per week. The new rules were agreed upon despite a ...

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