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SINGAPORE, March 15. /TASS/. The largest Asian low-coster AirAsia plans to start flying to Russia, Chief Executive Officer of the airline Tony Fernandes said on Tuesday.
"AirAsia X [subsidiary of AirAsia — TASS] will be flying to Russia soon," Fernandes said. He did not mention the expected starting dates of flights and their regularity.
"Wait and see", the top manager said.
AirAsia X specializes in medium and long-range passenger flights, mainly to Asian countries and Australia.