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Transaero Airlines declared bankrupt

The Commercial Court of St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region has declared Transaero air carrier bankrupt, according to the commercial courts’ database, RAPSI reports. The court initiated the bankruptcy proceedings for a term of six …

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'Transaero' aircraft stuck in Kazakhstan

One of the planes of 'Transaero' is stuck in Kazakhstan, because the Aktau airport administration has not given it permission to take off for more than 12 hours already. Airport Director Ergazy …

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‘Transaero’ no longer flying to Stavropol

The flights between Moscow and Stavropol have been terminated by being on the verge of bankruptcy the Transaero airlines. Latest company's aircrafts flew on this route to the airport ‘Domodedovo’ on September 30th. …

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Almaty-Moscow flight passenger dies

A Transaero plane heading from Almaty to Moscow made an emergency landing at Samara airport at 07:00 (MSK) today after one of the passengers felt ill. "Unfortunately, a woman died before the arrival of the doctors," TASS cited …

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Kiev announces new rules for Russia’s Aeroflot and Transaero

The Ukrainian State Aviation Service has limited flights over the country’s territory for Aeroflot and Transaero. They make regular flights to Bulgaria, Turkey, Israel, Greece and Egypt and will now follow a special regime of transit flights through Ukraine, Interfax reports.Aeroflot and Transaero will need permits from the State Aviation Service of Ukraine for every single flight over Ukraine.

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American and European airline companies stop flights to Israel

All U.S. and the largest European airlines have stopped flights to Israel. Over 90 missiles were launched at Israel from Gaza yesterday. About 70 of them landed in Israel, including one in an empty nursery. The Iron Dome missile system intercepted about 18 missiles. One missile landed near Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. Russia's Transaero and Aeroflot had to return their planes to Moscow. Turkish Airlines cancelled flights to Israel. Compared with an average of over 140 missiles launched at Israel, the number of launches has dropped.

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Russian air companies make no flights over Syria

 Transaero, Aeroflot and S7 said that they were not making any flights over Syria, PRIME reports.UTair said that it had made no flights over the country since late March 2013.The Russian Federal Air Transport Agency recommended Russian companies to stop passenger flights over Syria on Monday.A Nord Wind jet with 159 passengers on board suffered a missile attack over Syria on its way from Sharm el Sheikh to Kazan. The jet landed successfully and did not report about the attack to the Kazan flight control service. 

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Transaero to purchase six Superjet-100s

Transaero and Sukhoi will sign a contract at the St. Petersburg Economic Forum 2012 to purchase six Sukhoi Superjet 100s (SSJ100), ITAR-TASS reports.The document will be signed by Transaero Director general Olga Pleshakova and Sukhoi CEO Mikhail Pogosyan.

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