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FAS filed five cases at Khabarovsk airport
The Federal Antimonopoly Service has filed five cases against Khabarovsk Airport. The reason was the complaint of the Aeroflot subsidiary - Aurora. According to the agency, in November last year, airline employees were not able to obtain passes to the controlled area of the air harbor to conduct pre-flight preparation and verification of documents on board the aircraft.
As the RBC, the airport also did not issue passes to tractors for towing aircraft of the airline and set a fee for the maintenance of liners. The department said that independent (in whole or in part) servicing passengers and aircraft by the airline at the airport minimizes costs. This ultimately increases competitiveness and can lead to lower transportation costs.
Also, after the complaint of Aeroflot, the FAS filed a case of violation of antitrust laws in relation to JSC Fuel Supply Company at the airport of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. Now the department is studying materials on the cost of services at airports throughout the Far East.