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Public Joint Stock Company Aeroflot - Russian Airlines (AFLT.ME)

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  • Exclusive: Aeroflot restores Soviet-era routes at home amid closed borders - CEO

    Exclusive: Aeroflot restores Soviet-era routes at home amid closed borders - CEO

    Russia's top airline Aeroflot is restoring Soviet-era routes hoping that direct flights which bypass traditional hubs help increase traffic amid closed borders, CEO Mikhail Poluboyarinov told Reuters. Like many other airlines globally, Aeroflot received a cash injection from the government, its controlling shareholder, last year to support it through the pandemic. The company is now talking to the government about issuing state-guaranteed debt, Poluboyarinov said in an interview, and is adding new domestic routes so people can fly between cities including resorts avoiding hubs such as Moscow.

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    Russia's Sistema lines up Segezha forestry group for potential IPO

    Russian conglomerate Sistema is eyeing an initial public offering (IPO) for its forestry business Segezha Group, following the successful market debut of online retailer Ozon, which it co-owns, Sistema President Vladimir Chirakhov said on Wednesday. Segezha, which comprises forestry, woodworking, pulp and paper operations, is next in line to go public, Chirakhov said in answer to a question about the IPO readiness of three of its divisions -- Segezha, agriculture holding company Steppe and the Medsi chain of medical clinics. "All three assets are attracting quite high interest, including from international investors," Chirakhov said at the launch of Ozon's trading in Moscow.

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    Russia detains Aeroflot executive on suspicion of passing secrets to Britain - Russian news agencies

    Russian security services have detained a London-based executive of flagship airline Aeroflot on suspicion of passing state secrets to Britain, Russian news agencies reported, citing sources. The TASS and RIA news agencies named the executive on Thursday as Dmitry Fedotkin and said he denied any wrongdoing. Fedotkin's profile on the Linkedin website says he has been Aeroflot's station manager in Britain for the last five years and was the airline's UK country manager for almost three years before that.