Russian Air has been getting lots of attention in recent weeks for its pricing.

But it is not the first airline to price air travel according to the volume of the tickets it sells.

Here’s why.

The Basics Russian airlines are a mixed bag of businesses.

Some companies specialize in catering to domestic travel and the big players are still dominant.

But they are not all big.

Russian airlines operate in a vast range of different industries, from hotels to cruise ships.

The airline industry is highly fragmented.

Russian airlines operate on a scale of hundreds of thousands of tickets per day, and that means there are a number of routes for each destination.

Russian air passengers are mostly drawn to the cheapest flights possible.

And the cheapest seats are usually reserved for those who want to fly in the middle of the night.

Russia’s air traffic controllers are in charge of ensuring that the Russian air traffic network can move safely.

It is the airlines that run the Russian Airways, Russia’s national air carrier.

Russian Air is a small, but profitable company.

Its total profit last year was $2.5 billion, making it the third largest airline in Russia.

On the other hand, Russian Air’s business model has been criticized in the past.

In 2014, Russian Airlines’ parent company was accused of mismanagement and was forced to repay some $400 million to customers, including some who had been charged extra for non-airfares.

The company is also under investigation by the US for alleged bribery in the development of the Su-27.

As a result, Russian airlines have been criticized for a variety of issues.

In 2014, the government announced it was looking into Russian Air for “systemic irregularities” including high fares, excessive ticketing and price controls.

The investigation is ongoing.

What’s new in 2018?

In 2018, the price of Russian air fares started dropping.

It’s a sign of things to come for airlines.

It has been estimated that the airline industry will lose $6.5 to $7 billion by 2026.

This has led to some speculation that Russian airlines might try to sell their airline shares.

Russian Airlines is a privately owned company and so it is unlikely that it would be interested in a sale.

But the price drop could encourage other airlines to consider doing business in Russia, too.

Are Russian airfare deals cheap?

Yes.

Russian tickets are available to buy online, and the prices tend to be cheaper than in the US.

There are some exceptions to the rule.

Airfare deals for people who live in Russia are often cheaper than anywhere else in the world.

You can also book flights with Russian Airlines using its mobile app, but that’s more complicated.

The app requires a credit card.

In the US, you can buy tickets on the internet with a credit or debit card.

But there is no way to book flights on Russian Airlines, which is why it is so important to know the details of any Russian air travel deal. 

How much do I have to pay?

Airfare for international flights costs around $1,500.

Russian passengers who have to buy their tickets at a ticket counter will have to spend an extra $2,000 or more.

In other words, if you are going to fly to Tokyo, you will have paid a minimum of $10,000 at the airport for a single roundtrip ticket.

And you’ll have spent around $12,000 if you fly on a roundtrip from Los Angeles to Moscow.