“Transaero” will appeal against the levy of 7.9 million rubles of debt in favor of the airport of Blagoveshchensk

“Transaero” will appeal against the levy of 7.9 million rubles of debt in favor of the airport of Blagoveshchensk


BLAGOVESHCHENSK, January 19. The airline “Transaero” asked for the Sixth arbitration appeal court in Khabarovsk with a complaint against the decision of the arbitration court of the Amur region, reported on the website of the court. In November 2015, the court fully satisfied the claim of the state enterprise “Airport Blagoveshchensk” and ordered the carrier to pay 7.9 million rubles debt.

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According to data published on the official website of the court, the complaint from “Transaero” arrived the day before, January 18.

Originally the airport of Blagoveshchensk is required to pay the airline 15.8 million rubles of debt, but at the end of October 2015, the court granted the petition for reduction of the amount of the claim to 7.9 million rubles due to the fact that “Transaero” has partially paid the debts.

November 30, 2015, the Arbitration court of the Amur region decided to collect with “Transaero” in favor of the state unitary enterprise Amur region “Airport Blagoveshchensk” debts under the contract for airport and ground servicing of aircraft during the period 1 to 31 August 2015 in the amount of 7.9 million rubles.

According to the court, the contract for airport and ground servicing of aircraft between Transaero airlines and the airport of Blagoveshchensk was concluded in March 2009.

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