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Delayed flight "VIM-Avia" arrived in Pevek after almost a week

More than 200 passengers of the delayed VIM-Avia flight will fly from Pevek to Moscow this night, the press service of the government of the Chukotka autonomy said on Monday. With reference to Sergey Batychenko, Director General of the FKP Airports of Chukotka, Boeing 757-200 from the Russian capital has landed at Pevek airport in 11.00 local time (2.00 Moscow time) with a hundred passengers. The return flight is scheduled for 01.00 on Tuesday, so the airport in the northernmost city of Russia has been extended.

VIM-Avia delayed three flights to Chukotka - two to Anadyr and one to Pevek. Moreover, in Pevek, passengers, most of whom are vacationers, are awaiting departure from May 30. In total, more than 650 people were expecting to send.

As it was reported, almost 430 passengers from the Anadyr (Coal) airport had already flown to Moscow by a joint flight on Sunday. The next flight from Anadyr is expected on Tuesday evening. The governor of Chukotka Roman Kopin appealed to the head of Rosaviation Alexander Neradko with a request to deal with the situation with the failure of VIM-Avia regular flights. On behalf of the head of the region, passengers of the delayed flights were settled, hot meals were organized.