The Russian Aeroflot airline company will resume financing of “VIM-Avia” company that was on the verge of collapse, after the problem with the signing of the required documents by the Head of the Federal Air Transport Agency has been resolved. This was told to TASS by the press service of Aeroflot.
“The Head of the Federal Air Transport Agency Aleksandr Neradko signed all necessary documents at 12:09 Moscow time” - the airline company’s representative explained. Earlier on that day a source of Aeroflot said that the airline company expected to allocate up to 1.8 billion roubles to “VIM-Avia”, but was forced to suspend payments due to technical difficulties - the Head of the Federal Air Transport Agency allegedly refused to sign the relevant documents. The agency denied this information, saying that the money will be transferred after the experts of the Federal Air Transport Agency complete the check of the financial statements.
Author: Anna Dorozhkina