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The prosecutor's office will start checking the airline "Yakutia"

The prosecutor's office will start checking the airline "Yakutia"
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The Yakutsk Transport Prosecutor's Office will check the long delays of flights that were made by the Yakutia airline. Passengers could not take off on January 20 and 25.

According to Sakhapress, information about delays appeared on social networks. Some passengers had to travel from Moscow to Yakutia for more than 25 hours on January 25. As one of the passengers of the flight said, the whole journey from the capital took 19 hours, XNUMX of which the passengers spent in the village of Chulman.

After the plane arrived at the airport, the first thing they did was put the airline employees, and then passengers with children, pregnant women and those who urgently needed to get to Yakutsk. Others reached their destination for about three days.

There was also a delay on January 20 on the Sochi-Moscow-Yakutsk flight. After that, the passengers wrote a collective appeal to the Ombudsman. The check, organized by the prosecutor's office, will also concern catering for passengers on delayed flights, the provision of hotels and backup aircraft.

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