Russian airline “Aeroflot” resumed the sale of tickets Anadyr Blagoveshchensk and for the period up to October 24.
MOSCOW, 8 Oct. “Aeroflot” resumed the sale of tickets of “Transaero” from Moscow to Anadyr and Blagoveschensk, said a source close to “Transaero”.
“And on the Anadyr Blagoveshchensk (resumes sales — ed.) for the period up to October 24,” said the source, adding that sale of tickets for these destinations resumed Tuesday.
Transaero airlines has closed the sale of tickets in the Amur region on 1 October and 7 October “VIM-Avia” has opened the sale of tickets on the Blagoveshchensk-Moscow. Until December 15 daily flights already bought the tickets “Transaero” will be saved, the first flight of “VIM-Avia” will take place on 15 October, with regard to replacement, October 20, “VIM-Avia” will take the daily flight from Blagoveschensk to Moscow, discussed earlier in the report of the government of the Amur region.
Three times a week from Blagoveschensk to Moscow with an intermediate landing will fly the aircraft “Ural airlines” and once a week — S7. Currently the runway of the airport of Blagoveshchensk does not meet the requirements for acceptance of aircraft of “Aeroflot”.
The largest Russian privately owned airline Transaero has been unable to service debts, which form together with the leasing obligations of about 250 billion rubles. Approved in September the government plan for the transfer of 75% of actions “Transaero” state “Aeroflot” for the subsequent rehabilitation took off. The creditors are considering the option of bankruptcy of the airline.
Sale of tickets for flights of “Transaero” was discontinued, and its passengers are transported by other airlines, mainly included in the group “Aeroflot”. On Wednesday about starting with October 7, the carriage of passengers “Transaero” announced the airline “Siberia” (S7 Airlines brand). Transaero is ready to return money for the tickets to the passengers who have issued travel documents through an Agency and received a denial of refund, was informed “Aeroflot”.