August 12, 2007

New Chechen airline started to operate

The new airline, Chechen has started to be the airline for all air travelling. although for the beginning it just serve twice daily flights from Grozny, and to Moscow.

Sultan Satuyev, Vainakh Avia's director, as written at Radio Free Europe: Radio Library told the Interfax news agency that a foundation named in honor of the assassinated former Chechen leader Akhmad Kadyrov purchased the aircraft for the airline.

The company chief added that the airline plans to acquire more planes and start flights to Siberia, St. Petersburg, and to foreign destinations such as Turkey.

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