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Compensation for jet fuel postponed to 2020 year
Russian airlines will receive compensation for additional costs due to rising prices for jet fuel no earlier than 2020 year. There is no money for this in the budget right now.
According to the Deputy Minister of Transport of Russia Alexander Yurchik, whose words he cites TASS, financial opportunities do not allow making payments this year, so consideration of the issue of compensation was postponed until next year. At the same time, the possibility of paying compensation in installments is being considered.
Russian airlines have offered the Cabinet a new option to contain ticket prices. Carriers announced the possibility of using a damper - mechanism treasury compensation in case of sharp jumps in the cost of kerosene. Vladimir Putin ordered before November 1 2019 to allocate money from the government reserve fund to compensate.