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Rosaviatsia wants to extend subsidies to airlines until September

Rosaviatsia wants to extend subsidies to airlines until September
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Rosaviatsia has proposed extending the subsidy period for airlines affected by the coronavirus pandemic until September. The department also proposes to expand the list of reimbursable expenses and increase the amount of compensation for one lost passenger to 840 rubles.

The Federal Air Transport Agency sent its proposals for interdepartmental approval. The department announced on its website that it was asking to include in the list of reimbursable expenses under new items: the cost of maintaining the aircraft fleet and aircraft engines, as well as the cost of aviation fuels and lubricants.

Rosaviatsia also reports that since mid-May it has approved 78 applications for subsidies from airlines. The total amount of support amounted to 11,7 billion rubles. The department also agreed on subsidies to airports in the amount of 4,7 billion rubles. This money will be used to cover expenses for the second quarter.

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