Russian airlines plan to increase passenger numbers to over 100 million in 2023, despite sanctions imposed by the West and a closed European airspace. The plan includes state-owned operators under Aeroflot Group and privately carriers like S7 Airlines. With these numbers, there will be an increase in passenger numbers by almost six million from 95 million in 2022. Vitaly Savelyev, Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation said at a meeting with Vladimir Putin and other members of the government, reports TASS. Savelyev also stressed that the current combined Russian commercial fleet of 1,164 aircraft would be enough to meet the predicted increase in
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