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The governor of the Magadan region will seek the withdrawal of the operator's certificate of "VIM-Avia" for a disruption in the flight schedule in the region

The Governor of the Magadan Region, Vladimir Pechenyi, decided to demand the Federal Air Transport Agency to take tough measures against the VIM-Avia airline, which announced the termination of flights on the Magadan-Moscow routes without giving any reasons.

“We will strive for the deprivation of the VIM-Avia operator's certificate for such gross violations, since in accordance with the current legislation, in cases of such crisis moments, the airline is responsible for ensuring the transportation of those passengers whom they have deprived of purchased tickets for their flights. ask Rosaviatsia to take tough measures. This company will not be allowed to enter the market in Magadan, "Vladimir Pechenyi said.

According to him, the regional authorities are negotiating with the Transaero airline to ensure the transportation of passengers who have bought tickets for VIM-Avia flights.

As it became known earlier, the airline "VIM-Avia" announced the termination of flights on the routes Magadan-Moscow without explanation. According to the head of the North-Eastern Interregional Territorial Administration of the Federal Air Transport Agency Alexander Bugakov, after September 18, only one flight of the airline will be performed - September 30 from Moscow, October 1 from Magadan. The reasons for this schedule adjustment are unknown. According to Interfax, VIM-Avia also reduced the number of flights to Chukotka, explaining this by a seasonal decrease in aircraft load. Previously, the carrier's planes flew from Anadyr to Moscow twice a week, now there will be only one flight.

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