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The report says that now the company canceled all flights on December
12, 2012 and morning and day flights on December 13 to Moscow from Kyiv
and Dnipropetrovsk, as well as return flights to the Ukrainian cities.

AeroSvit said that the airline continues negotiating with the
Sheremetyevo airport’s leadership on the resumption of Kyiv-Moscow-Kyiv
and Dnipropetrovsk-Moscow-Dnipropetrovsk flights, and noted that the
company had settled disputes on using air space in Russia, as well as
its liabilities to airports in St. Petersburg, Kaliningrad and Rostov on
the Don.

The document also says that the company is using its own procedure
for servicing the passengers of the canceled flights, irrespective of
the airport involved. The procedure foresees the re-registration of air
tickets at the airline’s expense to flights of partner airlines, and
servicing the passengers of canceled and delayed flights. Passengers of
canceled flights can get refunds at the place where they bought their
tickets.

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