Pobeda Airlines Pobeda Russia 

Pobeda will obtain 60 million dollars in net profits

The Russian low cost airline announced the figures for the year 2017. It ends the year 2017 and many airlines make balance sheets and publish the figures achieved in the last 365 days. One of them is Pobeda Airlines. The low-cost airline based in Moscow, subsidiary of Aeroflot, announced the profits obtained during the year. Vitaly Saveliev, head of Aeroflot, held a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, where he announced that Pobeda will receive 3.5 billion rubles (about 60,800,000 US dollars) in net profits in 2017. “This year we…

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An-2 crashed Russia 

Plane falls in Nenetsia, Russia, for apparent engine failure

The aircraft Antonov An-2 crashed during takeoff last Tuesday killing 4 people. An Antonov An-2 TVS-2MS plane crashed at Naryan-Mar Airport (NNM), in the Autonomous District of Nenetsia, Russia, on Tuesday. The aircraft left at 10:30 in the town of Naryan-Mar, 1,500 kilometers northeast of Moscow, bound for the town of Haruta with 13 people on board, but for apparent damage to the engine, it lost speed and crashed as soon as it began the takeoff. The accident is investigated by the commission of IAC and it has been indicated to…

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Kazan Airport Kazan International Airport Russia 

Kazan Airport reaches the record of 2.5 million passengers

The Russian airport reached a historic figure thanks to the opening of new routes and an increase in flights in existing ones. The Kazan International Airport, located in the city of the same name, 770 kilometers east of Moscow, marked a record of passengers transported reaching the historic figure of 2.5 million in departures and arrivals flights. The expansion of the route network and the increase in the number of flights in the existing ones were the main factors of growth in passenger traffic. During 2017, new destinations were launched:…

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Khavarovsk airplane crash Russia 

Belongings stolen in the Khabarovsk air tragedy

A young man arrested for stealing belongings from people killed by the plane that fell in Russia. Authorities have arrested a young man suspected of having stolen two digital tablets and cell phones belonging to the occupants of the Let L-410 plane that fell on November 15 in the Khabarovsk Krai, in eastern Russia. Today the press service of the Ministry of the Interior of Russia for the territory of Khabarovsk announced that a young man took advantage of the moment and stole the belongings of the deceased. The theft…

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