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Russia and Spain increase frequencies
Russian and Spanish civil aviation authorities have agreed to add more frequencies on Barcelona (BCN)–Moscow and Alicante (ALC)–Moscow routes. According to letters published on a Russian Ministry of Transport website, the carriers of each country will be able to operate 42 flights per week between Moscow and BCN and 14 flights on Moscow–ALC route.