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Chukotka Governor Agrees on Management of Rosaviation for VIM-Avia Debts - EastRussia | Far East

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The Governor of Chukotka has agreed with the leadership of Rosaviatsiya on the debts of VIM-Avia

The work of the governor of Chukotka, Roman Kopin, with the leadership of Rosaviatsia gave a positive result, the federal agency assumed guarantees for the repayment of debts of VIM-Avia, the press service of the government of the Chukotka Autonomous Region reported. The head of the region takes part in the work of the anti-crisis headquarters, which, on behalf of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, resumed work at Rosaviatsia to prevent disruptions in the carriage of passengers who bought tickets for flights of VIM-Avia Airlines.

According to the governor, all passengers will be sent to their destination. The situation is under scrutiny by both the federal authorities and the government of Chukotka. According to Mr. Dikoy, the airport is negotiating the maintenance of VIM-Avia flights with Rosaviation, since the airline’s debt exceeds 7,5 million rubles. According to the Federal Air Transport Agency, passengers of VIM-Avia domestic flights will be transported at the expense of budget funds.

From the message it follows that on Wednesday evening a flight to Moscow was sent from Anadyr Airport (Ugolny). With reference to the director of the airport Oleg Diky, yesterday in Anadyr, a VIM-Avia airplane from Moscow with 160 passengers aboard landed six hours late in Anadyr. Meanwhile, tickets for this flight were sold to 220. Four passengers on this side decided to stay in Moscow, because VIM-Avia reported that the flight to Anadyr was postponed to Thursday. However, the carrier later canceled the flight on Thursday, which was notified by Anogyrad Airport with a radiogram. The flight on Anadyr-Moscow route is also canceled on Thursday, since one aircraft is used for flights.