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Airline "North Wind" canceled flights to Blagoveshchensk

Airline "North Wind" canceled flights to Blagoveshchensk
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The North Wind airline canceled flights on the route Moscow - Blagoveshchensk - Moscow. SMS messages about stopping sales are sent to passengers. The airline did not explain the reasons.

According to the press service of the Government of the Amur Region, the sale of tickets, including subsidized tickets, was stopped from August 5 to October 2. According to the Minister of Transport and Road Facilities of the region, Alexander Zelenin, flights to Moscow are very popular among residents of the region, connecting routes are planned for people and resorts are booked.

The ministry sent a request to the airline's management to clarify the situation, as well as an appeal to the head of the Federal Air Transport Agency Alexander Neradko with a request to take action. From mid-May airlines resumed flights to Blagoveshchensk. Since June 16, flights to Blagoveshchensk by the North Wind carrier have resumed; the frequency of flights is now under negotiation.

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