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Some 2,500 passengers of AeroSvit come from/to 9 cities on additional flights

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Jan. 17, 2013, 4:35 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

Passengers affected by AeroSvit flights delays and cancellations line up outside the airline’s offices at Boryspil International Airport to ask for compensation and hotel vouchers. AeroSvit, Windrose and Ukraine International Airlines (all based in Kyiv) from January 10 to January 16, 2013 organized 34 additional flights to take back 2,500 passengers from and to Prague, Tbilisi, Astana, Baku, Sofia, Larnaca, Yerevan, Kaliningrad and Minsk.
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AeroSvit, Windrose and Ukraine International Airlines (all based in Kyiv) from January 10 to January 16, 2013 organized 34 additional flights to take back 2,500 passengers from and to Prague, Tbilisi, Astana, Baku, Sofia, Larnaca, Yerevan, Kaliningrad and Minsk. 

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