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Travel company Aviacharter-DV (Vladivostok) announced the suspension of activities

As the reason is indicated "impossibility to fulfill obligations to tourists and customers," the official website of the company says.

The report notes that the civil liability of the tour operator was insured for 30 million rubles in IC "Ascension", which last week was denied a license. With the same insurance company, the travel agency "Neva" cooperated.

The travel agency worked in the directions of Okinawa, Guam and Saipan.

Recall that in mid-August, the airline "Orenburg Airlines" refused to cooperate with a number of travel companies. The fact is that Aviacharter-DV did not make an advance payment for flights. The carrier canceled nine flights from the Far East to the islands of Guam and Saipan and back. As a result, about 600 Russian tourists lost their holidays.

The travel agency stated that they were going to file a lawsuit against Orenburg Airlines for canceling flights. Clients were reassured, pledging to compensate for all losses.

As the reason is indicated "impossibility to fulfill obligations to tourists and customers," the official website of the company says.

The report notes that the civil liability of the tour operator was insured for 30 million rubles in IC "Ascension", which last week was denied a license. With the same insurance company, the travel agency "Neva" cooperated.

The travel agency worked in the directions of Okinawa, Guam and Saipan.

Recall that in mid-August, the airline "Orenburg Airlines" refused to cooperate with a number of travel companies. The fact is that Aviacharter-DV did not make an advance payment for flights. The carrier canceled nine flights from the Far East to the islands of Guam and Saipan and back. As a result, about 600 Russian tourists lost their holidays.

The travel agency stated that they were going to file a lawsuit against Orenburg Airlines for canceling flights. Clients were reassured, pledging to compensate for all losses.

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