Russia: high-altitude geophysical research aircraft completes European stratosphere studies

The Russian Myasishchev M-55 high-altitude geophysical research aircraft completed European stratosphere studies. As part of the StratoClim project in which scientists from 26 European research institutes are participating, the Cochin University of Science and Technology (Cusat) Stratosphere & Troposphere (S &T) Radar Center, also known as the Advanced Center for Atmospheric Radar Research (ACARR) has…

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Russia: grain export supplies from the seaports halved

On September 12-18, the export volumes of grains from the Russian seaports reached 229.4 thousand tons, against 429.8 thousand tons shipped in the previous week.

In particular, the wheat shipments totaled 112.9 thousand tons, barley – 77.5 thousand tons, corn – 32.5 thousand tons, and peas – 6.5 thousand tons. (APK-Inform/Business World Magazine)

Russia: FATA resumes flight servicing of Turkmenistan Airlines

On September 16, on completion of the Eid al-Fitr celebration, as soon as the banking day was opened in Turkmenistan, Turkmenhowayollary (Turkmenistan Airlines) transferred cash to the accounts of the Russian air navigation service provider, FSUE “State ATM Corporation” for services previously rendered in full. All restrictions on Turkmenistan Airlines’ flights in Russian airspace have…

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Estonia: Tallinn rated second most attractive cruise destination in the Baltic Sea region

Estonia’s capital Tallinn was named a Top-Rated Baltic & Scandinavia Cruise Destination in Cruise Critic’s first-ever Cruisers’ Choice Destination Awards. According to the Cruise Critic’s consumer feedback submitted on the Cruise Critic website over the past year the top 5 destinations of the Baltic Sea region are: 1. St. Petersburg; 2. Tallinn; 3. Stockholm; 4.…

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