Weekly Moscow-Heviz charters to launch in April

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Russian-owned travel agency 1000 Út launches from mid April a weekly charter service between Moscow and an airport that serves the Hungarian spa town of Hévíz. Tatarstan Airlines will fly a 150-seat Boeing 737 between Moscow and the Hévíz-Balaton Airport from April 14 until November,  according toTibor Halasi, 1000 Út's manager in Hévíz. The spa town is the second most popular destination for visitors to Hungary after Budapest.

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