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Russian and Bulgarian aviation authorities have struck an agreement to increase the number of designated carriers serving the Burgas-Moscow-Burgas and Varna-Moscow-Varna routes to two from each country, the Federal Air Transportation Agency said Thursday, Interfax reported.

Russia and Bulgaria also agreed to boost regular flights on these routes to 28 flights per week for the airlines of each side.

The aviation authorities further assented to abolish the mandatory requirement for coordinating with the designated carriers of charter flights in the period from June 1 to Sept. 30, 2012.


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