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4 of September, 15:48

Transaero miscalculated the aircraft
Russian Prime Minister called the reason for the difficulty of the airline. Dmitry Medvedev announced that she got stung on the purchase of superfluous quantity of aircraft.

The head of the Russian Cabinet of Ministers Dmitry Medvedev during his tour of the airport in Kaluga mentioned about the Russian airline "Transaero". The Prime Minister announced that the government has taken all measures to resolve the situation in the company. Medvedev stressed that the carrier itself created a problem.

According to the head of the Cabinet, the cause of the difficulties Transaero" became the purchase of excess aircraft. "They actually just extra Park. We all the measures adopted to support, the owner is changing. Machines they have in excess, they purchased only superfluous, when was the peak, that, in fact, miscalculated. It was less" - quoted Medvedev "Interfax".

Remember, the large the airline "Transaero" has come under the wing of "Aeroflot" the result of monetary problems. At a meeting with first Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov, on September 1 was approved for purchase Aeroflot 75% plus one share of airline "Transaero". The cost of the transaction is 1 ruble. The deal will be closed Aeroflot in September, and operating control of "Transaero" will go to state-owned companies by September 7th.

"Aeroflot" - the main Russian carrier. The main shareholder of "Aeroflot" is the government, which owns 51% stake in the company, 3,55% owned by the state Corporation rostec. "Transaero" has taken the second place on volume of transportations of passengers. However the airline was absorbed into due to the fact that the shared duty of the carrier to the creditors on June 1 was $ 250 billion. Approximately 150 billion rubles - leasing, and more than 100 billion of economic and other debts.

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