Russia’s Aeroflot Airline plans to resume flights from Moscow to Cairo April 11 with a 3X-weekly Airbus A320 service. From June 12-July 2, the route will be daily because of the FIFA World Cup 2018 taking place in Russia. Aeroflot stopped flying to Cairo in late 2015 when Russian authorities banned flights between Russia and Egypt after a  Metrojet-branded Airbus A321 crashed over Sinai 23 minutes after takeoff from Sharm El Sheikh, bound for St. Petersburg’s Pulkovo ...

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