A general view shows easyJet aircrafts sitting on the tarmac during an air traffic controller's strike at Orly airport, near Paris April 9, 2015. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
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In 2012, British discount airline easyJet beat Virgin Atlantic Airways in a fierce competition for the rights to fly from London's Gatwick to Moscow's Domodedovo airport, a route that became available when its former operator was swallowed up in a merger.easyJet has scaled back its London-Moscow service, from two daily flights to only one in each direction.Wednesday, Delta Air Lines announced it will suspend service to Moscow during the final three months of this year, meaning that no U.S. passenger carrier will fly to the Russian capital during that period. Delta has already trimmed its spring and summer service to Russia; it now flies only five times a week between New York City and Moscow, down from seven in 2014 .
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