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MOSCOW, February 21. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian air carrier Aeroflot has issued an instruction to permit late cancellation of tickets for Aeroflot’s and affiliated airlines’ flights sharing the SU code and bound for Kiev's Borispol airport, the Transportation Clearing House said on Friday.
“The Aeroflot company informs that in connection with Kiev’s mass riots the company permits late cancellation of the tickets purchased prior to February 22, 2014 inclusively for the flights having the SU flight code from or to the city of Kiev and dated from February 22, 2014 to March 30, 2014,” the statement said.
“In case of a late cancellation of an unused ticket, the total sum paid for the flight is to be refunded,” the Aeroflot regulations of flight sales read.
The Transportation Clearing House is a national system of passenger air transportation that is in charge of almost half of all air ticket sales on neutral letterheads. TCH embraces more than 5,500 accredited book offices for air ticket sales as well as 11,000 terminals of the air ticket distribution system.