Red Wings has been approved to resume flights by Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia) following a suspension after one of the airline’s eight Tupolev Tu-204 airliners skidded off the runway at Moscow’s Vnukovo airport killing five of the eight crew on board last December. “A series of measures carried out by Red Wings has allowed the airline to submit proof to Rosaviatsia of its readiness to continue operations,” Rosaviatsia said in a statement. “In view of this, the agency has approved a request by Red Wings to resume commercial activity and decided to allow the airline to carry out
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