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Lviv Airport suspends servicing of AeroSvit flights because of debts

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Dec. 6, 2012, 7:23 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

Lviv International Airport has suspended servicing the flights of AeroSvit in connection with the company's failure to fulfill its financial obligations.
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Lviv International Airport has suspended servicing the flights of AeroSvit in connection with the company's failure to fulfill its financial obligations.

According to the airport, the servicing of AeroSvit's flights was suspended until "financial discipline is resumed."

"We regret that because of AeroSvit's failure to fulfill the terms of the current agreements, its passengers are forced to be inconvenienced, and we hope that the air carrier will soon repay the debt to the airport," reads a statement.

The report does not specify the sum of the airline's debt to the airport.

At present, four Ukrainian airlines and 13 international airlines perform flights from Lviv airport.

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