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In Yakutsk, the head of the Rosaviation, Alexander Neradko, held a meeting with the leaders of the republic's air enterprises
The delegation was familiarized with the main airfield facilities, including the runway-2, where reconstruction is currently underway at the expense of the federal budget (2nd stage of construction), was presented by the Director General of OJSC "Airport Yakutsk" Nikolay Mestnikov also announced the urgent need for reconstruction of the artificial runway - 1, which has not been in operation since 1996. The urgent need is dictated by the fact that the construction of the third stage of the runway-2 is impossible without a long suspension of its operation. But here it is important to note that the reconstruction of the airfield should be carried out in the conditions of the existing airport. And if runway-2 is closed for repairs without restoring runway-1, then the airport risks being left without a functioning runway. And this means that the republic may be left without an airport for receiving mainline aircraft. Therefore, according to Nikolai Mestnikov, in order to ensure the uninterrupted operation of the Yakutsk airport, it is necessary at the design stage to provide for the use of IVVP-1 as a runway for receiving aircraft during the reconstruction of the aerodrome, and later, after the commissioning of IVP-2 , as the main taxiway - reports IA YASIA.
During the detour, the delegation also inspected the aircraft parking areas, new lighting masts, visited the garage, and inspected the aerodrome equipment.
After completing the detour, the head of the Federal Air Transport Agency held a meeting with the heads of the republic's aviation enterprises. Opening the meeting, Oleksandr Neradko strongly recommended that the heads of airlines pay close attention to ensuring flight safety and treat this area of their work with the utmost rigor. He stressed that the cases of absolutely ugly air accidents, which have recently become more frequent, are the result of flagrant violations of existing flight safety requirements. As an example, he cited several cases - the crash of the Mi-8 helicopter of Polar Airlines, the Mi-8 helicopter of the Spark-Avia airline, the Mi-8 helicopter in Gelendzhik, the plane crash due to a collision with a snowblower in Vnukovo. He emphasized that these terrible disasters, which claimed dozens of lives, could have been avoided if the rules were observed and called on the audience to be vigilant.
During the meeting, the leaders of the airline enterprises of the republic were able to voice the pressing problems concerning their activities.
In particular, the general director of the Yakutsk airport raised the issue of land and property relations with the Federal State Unitary Enterprise Administration of Civil Airports (Airfields). Nikolai Mestnikov asked the head of the Federal Air Transport Agency to support the proposal of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) to use federal airfields with a passenger traffic of less than 1 million passengers per year in calculating the rental rate for property, depending on the income from takeoff and landing of aircraft.