Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency withdraws permissions from VIM-Avia to operate three flights to Azerbaijan

The Federal Air Transport Agency, Russia, (Rosaviatsia) has withdrawn the permissions for VIM-Avia Airlines, Russia, as regards its flights to Azerbaijan.

This is stated in the Protocol of the Interdepartmental Commission on Admission of Air Carriers to International Air Service, which is now available for the Trend News Agency, Azerbaijan.

As noted, we are talking about such flights, as Moscow – Gabala, Moscow – Lankaran and Moscow – Nahichevan .

The document states that these permits are withdrawn because of failure to operate flights during the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) schedule season following the season, in which the permit was granted.

VIM-Avia had existed for 17 years and it was one of the ten largest Russian airlines in terms of passenger traffic. In October 2017, this air carrier stopped its flights because of debts.

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