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MOSCOW, November 18, /ITAR-TASS/. Tatarstan Airlines whose plane crashed at Kazan airport on Sunday, is performing flights on schedule, according to the airline’s website.
As of 11:40 Moscow time (07:40 GMT), 10 flights, including two from Begishevo airport (Tararstan) to Moscow and one return flight have been performed since midnight. Another seven aircraft are currently are in the air, making regular flights.
Kazan International Airport in connection with the crash has cancelled more than 50 flights, the airport sources told Itar-Tass previously. “A total of 53 domestic and international arrivals and departures of planed have been cancelled,” the airport’s spokeswoman Regina Talova said.
Four flights have been diverted to Begishevo airport (Nizhnekamsk), and the rest are directed to Nizhny Novgorod, Cheboksary and Izhevsk.
Kazan airport is closed due to Boeing plane crash from 19:00 on November 17 to 14:00, November 18.