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Putin instructed to create an airline for the Far East

Putin instructed to create an airline for the Far East
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Following a meeting with members of the government, Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed to create an airline for passenger and cargo transportation in the Far East and in remote areas.

As noted on the Kremlin’s website, the government should make proposals to create such an airline. It should operate Russian-made aircraft. The Cabinet will need to determine the need for such vessels and indicate their tipi and passenger capacity.

Ivan Abramov, a member of the Federation Council Committee on Economic Policy, previously proposed to create a state low-cost airline for flights to the Far East. In his opinion, the state can afford to buy ten long-range aircraft and create a state companywhich will not pay huge lease payments. At the end of 2019, the government began to study options with large banks creating an airline.  

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