Rosaviation lets Ural Airlines fly to Cologne

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, April 25, 2011. Rosaviation allowed Ural Airlines to start operating scheduled flights from Sochi to Vienna and from Moscow to Cologne and Podgorica, the state agency’s updated list of Russian air carriers with international flights permissions states.

At the same time, Rosaviation rejected RusLine’s application for operating flights from Moscow to Gyandzha and did not allow VIM Avia to operate more flights in this direction.

As for chartered flights, Rosaviation declined the applications of eleven air companies willing to operate chartered flights from Moscow. Nordavia was not permitted to fly from Moscow to Palma de Mallorca or to Ibiza, Tatarsta was not allowed to fly from Moscow to Barcelona, and Yakutia was not allowed to operate flights from Moscow to Barcelona or Palma de Mallorca.

Most rejections were related to flights from Moscow to Turkey and Croatia.

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