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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian airline Transaero said on Thursday it would avoid using Ukrainian airspace following the crash of a passenger airliner in eastern Ukraine.
"The airline Transaero decided to carry out all flights from this moment through third countries, avoiding the airspace of Ukraine," the company said in a statement, adding that flights had already been avoiding eastern Ukrainian territories.
(Reporting by Gleb Stolyarov, Writing by Thomas Grove, Editing by Timothy Heritage)
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