Hungary's national airline company Malév has included four flights to Yekaterinburg in its schedule between December 26 and January 17, 2006, as well as four more flights for March, Malév announced. With an exception of a brief attempt to reestablish air communication between Budapest and Yekaterinburg last year, there has been no direct flight to the Russian city since 1998. The new flights have now been initiated in the wake of the reopening of Hungary's trade representation in Yekaterinburg. The company has not decided as yet if the flights will be continued in the summer season starting in April.
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