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Red Wings Gets Licence Back
28.06.2013 23:53
Red Wings Gets Licence Back
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Red Wings is back in the skies after a change of ownership, says Kommersant.

      The operations of the low-cost airline were suspended after one of its passenger jets crashed in late December, killing five crew.

      Its owner, billionaire Alexander Lebedev, sold it to the brother of the co-owner of the Guta Group, Sergey Kuznetsov, and financier Mark Garber, from GHP Group. 

Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Alexander Lebedev Red Wings    

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