Airlines and airports take off for FIFA World Cup in Russia | AeroTime Weekend Special

WEEKEND SPECIAL | 17 June 2018

Airlines and airports take off for FIFA World Cup in Russia

The 21st FIFA World Cup has just kicked-off in Russia. The world’s biggest football (or soccer) tournament, spread over the course of a month, June 14 – July 15, 2018, will unfold at 12 venues in 11 cities across the country, nearly all of them located in the west of the country. 64 matches, 32 teams, 2.4 million football fans… who will fly and receive them all? We take a look at the country’s airport infrastructure and the main airlines to service this year’s games.

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