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Red Wings Granted Licence to Connect Moscow with Dubrovnik, Pula & Split

(photo: flyredwings)

(photo: flyredwings)

The Federal Air Transport Agency have given Russia-based Red Wings Airlines the green light to fly between Moscow and Croatia, RIA reports…

Red Wings Airlines, which is based at Vnukovo Airport in Moscow, have been granted a licence to operate 7 flights weekly between Moscow and Dubrovnik, and Moscow and Pula. The airline has also been granted a licence to operate 5 flights weekly between Moscow and Split.

Red Wings was founded in 1999 under the name VARZ-400, after the Russian acronym of the Vnukovo Avia Repair Factory. It was renamed Airlines 400 in 2001, before adopting its current name in 2007.

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