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BRUSSELS, February 11. /TASS/. Direct flights, stopped in 2007, will once again connect Russia’s second biggest city of St. Petersburg and Belgian capital Brussels from March 30 as demand grows, the commercial director of Northern Capital Gateway consortium which manages and develops St. Petersburg’s Pulkovo airport said on Wednesday.
"The renewal of direct flights to Brussels from Pulkovo airport is a long-awaited event," said Yevgeny Ilyin. "Brussels has topped the list of most popular European directions having no direct connection with St. Petersburg," he said.