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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Putin sent passengers “VIM-Avia” planes of his squad


President Vladimir Putin sent to the aid of passengers, “VIM-Avia” two Tu-214 to special flight detachment “Russia”. The liners will take part in the transfer of clients from Turkey.


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The Tu-214, owned by special flight detachment “Russia”, will connect to the export from Antalya the Russian tourists. Travelers had to return home by flight “VIM-Avia” however, on Monday, 25 September, the airline ceased all Charter operations due to financial problems.

According to the press Secretary of the President administration Elena Krylova, the liners will fly to Turkey on behalf of the head of state. It is expected that the first Tu-214, SLO “Russia” will fly from Vnukovo to Antalya at 13:00 GMT and the second at 18:00. Everyone should bring to Moscow 160 people.

A special squad “Russia” is run by the office of the President and provides transportation of the first persons of the state. Aircraft division is based in Moscow’s Vnukovo airport (smarterminal Vnukovo-2), its fleet includes more than 60 aircraft.

On Friday Vladimir Putin has declared the Minister of transport Maxim Sokolov disciplinary action in the form of incomplete official conformity because of the situation with “VIM-Avia”. Currently abroad are more than 30 thousand passengers of the company. Earlier, the President also chided Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich (oversees the government transport) that he pays insufficient attention to the industry.

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