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The Ministry of transport: Aeroflot banned from flying to Ukraine



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The state aviation service of Ukraine has banned the Russian airline «Aeroflot» the resumption of flights to Dnepropetrovsk and Kharkov that the carrier planned from 1 December 2014.

The corresponding order of the Ministry of transport has sent 28 November 2014. The ban on the resumption of flights has also affected airlines «Transaero», “UTair” and “UTair-Ukraine».

According to the head of state aviation service Denys Antonyuk, Ukraine forbids Russian civil Aeroflot to make flights to these two airports, until further instructions. Thus, planes «Aeroflot» now fly only two Ukrainian cities-Kiev and Odessa.

Passengers who already bought tickets for airlines «Aeroflot» in Dnipropetrovsk and Kharkiv will be able to produce full refund of the purchased tickets in accordance with the rules of involuntary refund, without any penalties.

According to preliminary information provided by the air carrier, flights from Moscow to Dnepropetrovsk and Kharkov cancelled before the end of March 2015.



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Date of publication: 01.12.2014


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