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Saratov Airlines has paid three quarters of the debt to passengers — Rambler News Service


The Saratov Airlines has paid 344,9 million rubles of compensation for air tickets that makes 76% of the sum of the general debt, the company reports. "As of 9/28/2018 years return for the total amount of 344 900 714 rubles for 50 934 tickets to the passengers who have bought air tickets for the summer period of 2018 is made. In a week more than 11 million rubles are paid" — it is said in the statement of Saratov Airlines. In August the company stated that the general debt to passengers 451 million rubles made. On February 11 the An-148 plane of Saratov Airlines has crashed in Moscow area. Onboard there were 65 passengers and 6 crew members. All of them have died. After plane crash Rosaviatsia has carried out unscheduled inspection of airline and has revealed a number of violations. The air operator certificate of airline has been cancelled on May 31.

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