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TUNOSHNA, Yaroslavl Region, September 8 (Itar-Tass) —— All airlines that use the Yak-42 plane, in the next three days will conduct early checks, Transport Minister Igor Levitin said on Thursday.
At a meeting of the crisis management team, created in the aftermath of the crash of a Yak-42 near Yaroslavl, Levitin said that at present sixteen Russian airlines operated a total of 57 such aircraft.
"Wtihin three days there will be conducted an early check oif all these aircraft," said Levitin.