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Aeroflot Expects Growth In Passenger Traffic
20.06.2016 00:09
Aeroflot Expects Growth In Passenger Traffic
(Source: http://www.global-travel.ru)

The management of Aeroflot expects growth in passenger traffic in 2016, both for the group and the parent company of the group - at the rate of 14%. "We have a plan for the group that will make a growth of 13.5% and for Aeroflot it will be about 14%. We believe that Aeroflot Groupwill continue to grow here, in these planned parameters - about 14%," – the General Director of Aeroflot, Vitaly Saveliev, said answering the question on the forecast of passenger traffic in 2016. As reported, in January-April 2016 Aeroflot Group has transported 12.2 million of passengers, which is 12.3% nore than during the same period last year.


Sources: http://tourism.interfax.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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