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MOSCOW, September 8 (Itar-Tass) —— The Aeroflot Airlines begins the free transportation of the relatives of people killed and injured in the air crash of an airplane Yak-42 near Yaroslavl on Thursday.
“Free tickets for the relatives of people killed and injured in the air crash are granted for the Aeroflot economic class flights to and from Russian settlements or from the settlements in other countries to Moscow and back, the Aeroflot press service reported.
Original identification documents give the right for free transportation.
“The tickets will be issued at the Aeroflot offices in Russia and other countries,” the press service said. “The free transportation will be made until September 22, 2011,” the press service said.
The Yak-42 airplane crashed at 4.05 p.m. Moscow time on Wednesday near Yaroslavl. The airplane was carrying the ice hockey team Lokomotiv to Belarus for a match with Dynamo Minsk scheduled on Thursday. Two people survived from 45 people onboard the airplane.