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MOSCOW, October 7. /TASS/. Transaero airline cancel 53 flights for October 8, Aeroflot press service told TASS Wednesday.
In particular, the company canceled flights to Moscow from St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Astrakhan, Tomsk, Kaliningrad, Krasnoyarsk, Novy Urengoy, Rostov, Riga, Yerevan, Berlin, Prague, Rome, Paris, Istanbul, Mineralnye Vody, Kiev.
"Transasero airline plans to carry out the rest of the flights for October 8 according to the schedule. In case the flights are canceled, airline’s call center will send notifications. Also, for the convenience of the passengers, Transaero launched a service for checking the flight status for two days ahead," the company’s press-service said.
"From October 7, 2015, S7 Airlines starts transportation of passengers of the Transaero airline using its own flights on free of charge basis. The ground for the carriage is a transfer manifest, which is made by a representative of Transaero at a departure airport," the company's spokesperson said.
Russia’s flagship carrier Aeroflot will use about 35 airliners of Transaero company, head of the Federal Air Transport agency Alexander Neradko said on Wednesday.