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Chukotka's graduates can not leave for almost a week because of failures at VIM-Avia - EastRussia | Far East

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Chukotka's graduates can not leave for almost a week due to failures of VIM-Avia

Last Sunday, several times delayed "VIM-Avia" flight to Moscow took place from the Anadyr International Airport (Ugolny), Boeing 777-300 transported about 430 people, the press service of the Chukotka Autonomy Government reported. Two flights from Moscow to Anadyr, the airline postponed from 31 May, passengers of Chukotka can not fly for several days, and the situation is the beginning of the holiday season and an increase in the flow of those who wish. As noted, the same situation at the airport of Peveka.

The governor of Chukotka, Roman Kopin, addressed the head of Rosaviatsiya, Alexander Neradko, with a request to deal with the situation with non-implementation of VIM-Avia regular flights. On instructions from the head of the region, passengers of delayed flights were resettled, hot meals were organized. During a meeting with people at the airport, the first deputy governor, Leonid Nikolaev, reminded them that passengers of delayed flights could rely on compensation from the carrier, the report said.

According to the director of the Anadyr (Coal) airport Oleg Dikogo reported that the next flight (Airbus 330-300) is scheduled for tomorrow, 6 June. However, here the time of the flight has already been changed, - the airline postponed the flight from Anadyr to 22.00 local time (13.00 Moscow time).