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Aeroexpress Plans to Expand

SEOUL, South Korea — Aeroexpress, the rail carrier that provides service from Moscow to the capital’s three main airports, plans to spend at least $100 million in the next three years to expand to other Russian cities.

The cities include St. Petersburg, Kazan and possibly Vladivostok, Andrei Bokarev, a co-owner of the company, said Wednesday in an interview. Aeroexpress is owned by Bokarev, his billionaire partner Iskander Makhmudov and Russian Railways. 


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