The government of Russian-occupied Crimea is planning to launch an airline to facilitate connections with Russia. The new airline will be backed by Russian manufacturer United Aircraft Company and will initially consist of a fleet of six aircraft serving 14 destinations initially, later rising to 36, according to an official statement. The project is estimated to costs 1.45 billion rubles ($24 million) to purchase the Superjet 100.

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