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Khabarovsk Airlines will change management and fleet

Khabarovsk Airlines will change management and fleet
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Khabarovsk Airlines will have a new CEO this week. Mikhail Degtyarev, Acting Governor of the Khabarovsk Territory, announced this at a press conference.

The head of the region did not name the name of the new general director. But he noted that other changes await the company, including the renewal of the fleet.

“There is a clear understanding of the fleet how to update it, by what methods, from whom to lease aircraft,” Degtyarev noted.

He also said that the region intends to return the helicopters that Khabarovsk Airlines had leased to a company in Siberia. At the same time, the amount of income is scanty - 1,8 million rubles a year with a flight hour cost of 200-300 thousand rubles.

“In my opinion, this is pure fraud. I will instruct the new leadership to sort it out and transfer the materials to law enforcement agencies, ”said the acting governor.

Khabarovsk Airlines is a regional state unitary enterprise. It specializes in regional transportation in the Khabarovsk Territory and the Far East. The carrier delivers passengers and cargo to Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, Okhotsk, Sovetskaya Gavan. Since 2015, it has operated flights from Khabarovsk to Ayan, Bogorodskoe, Nelkan, Herpuchi, Chegdomyn and Chumikan.

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