The Ministry of transport: the carriage of passengers “Transaero” should go continuously

The Ministry of transport: the carriage of passengers “Transaero” should go continuously


Transport Minister encouraged all stakeholders to engage constructively and support each other. He also expressed thanks to Aeroflot for their assistance.

MOSCOW, 9 Oct. The carriage of passengers the airline “Transaero” must be carried out in a continuous manner, and all obligations should be fulfilled, said the Minister of transport of RF Maxim Sokolov at a teleconference on this topic.

According to the transport Ministry, in the meeting on Thursday was attended by representatives of the Department of state policy in civil aviation of Ministry of transport, Federal air transport Agency, Federal Agency for tourism and representatives of airlines. Passengers “Transaero” on the brink of bankruptcy, is in charge of “Aeroflot”. To resolve issues with the transportation of passengers help other airlines.

“Sokolov highlighted the importance of such transport, taking into account the current situation and stressed that the carriage of passengers must be carried out in a continuous mode. All stakeholders need to engage constructively and support each other”, — stated in the message of Ministry of transport on Friday.

Sokolov expressed gratitude in the first place, “Aeroflot”, including owners and managers of other airlines, tourist guide to the community for support in a challenging industry circumstances. “I am confident that together we will cope with difficulties. Again, obligations to passengers should be done” — quoted Sokolova, the Ministry of transport.

The Minister reminded that currently transport passengers “Transaero” are performed by the airlines of Aeroflot group (the Rossiya, Donavia, “Orenburg airlines”) and other carriers (S7 airlines, UTair, “Ural airlines”, “Taimyr”). Sokolov noted that under the decision of a question with transportation of passengers “Transaero”, the Ministry of transport maintains a constructive dialogue with the Federal Agency for tourism and representatives of travel companies.

“Given the fact that a number of banks and creditors have already threatened to file a claim for recognition of the company bankrupt, the utmost attention should be paid to solving the issue of employment of employees of Transaero airlines and the Federal air transport Agency to prepare a plan of action,” he added.