Russia is set to significantly increase its expenditure on defence and national security according to a draft 2023 to 2025 budget.
Air Canada Jazz reports February traffic
Jazz Air, operating as Air Canada Jazz, has released its traffic figures for February 2009.
Revenue passenger miles (RPMs) fell by 17.7% from 339 million in February 2008 to 279 million while capacity, in available seat miles (ASMs), also dropped, this time by 9.7% from 444 million to 401 million.
The load factor for the month was 69.6%, a decrease of 6.8 percentage points compared with last February's 76.4%.
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