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VIM-Avia on the Blagoveshchensk-Moscow route will be replaced by Ural Airlines and Ikar - EastRussia | Far East

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VIM-Avia on the Blagoveshchensk-Moscow route will be replaced by Ural Airlines and Icarus

The authorities of the Amur region have found a replacement for the main carrier of the region, VIM-Avia, in the Blagoveshchensk-Moscow direction will increase the number of flights of Ural Airlines and Ikar, follows from the message of the regional transport ministry.

It is reported that the airline agreed with the airport schedule for autumn-winter navigation. Ikar added flights in October and will fly out of Blagoveshchensk Airport on 16, 18, 23, 24, 25 and October 27, and from October 29 will fly six times a week except Saturday. Ural Airlines opened ticket sales for daily flights in October (except for 13 and 15 of October), and from October 29 will switch to a six-day frequency (except Wednesday). The Ministry notes that the situation with the passengers of VIM-Avia is gradually losing its urgency. “Calls to the hotline is getting smaller. At the moment of crisis, we processed more than 60 calls per day, today around 20 comes in a day. Work with passengers is conducted in "manual mode". With each of us and the representatives of VIM-Avia airline, we work individually, ”the message states that the Minister of Transport of the region, Andrei Tyaglo.

Earlier it was reported that for the period from September 22 to October 3, four of the 12 VIM-Avia flights to Moscow were canceled. The authorities of the Amur Region were actively seeking replacement for the carrier.