The Kyiv-based AeroSvit airline has reached an agreement with the Ukrainian State Air Traffic Service Enterprise (UkrSATSE) in regard with the suspension of servicing of some flights of the airline on March 22, the press service of AeroSvit reported.
The press service said that a payment to UkrSATSE that was to be carried out on March 19 would be performed in the morning of March 20.
AeroSvit and UkrSATSE agreed that the instrument of pressing on the airline such as suspension of flights would not apply," the press service said.
As reported, UkrSATSE on March 19 declared it plans to suspend the servicing of three flights of AeroSvit from March 22, 2012 due to a debt.
AeroSvit was established in 1994. It is based at Boryspil airport. The airline services 80 international routes to 33 countries and transport passengers to Ukrainian cities. Its fleet consists of 19 medium-range Boeing 737s and eight long-haul Boeing 767s. In addition to that, it operates Airbus 320, Airbus 321, Embraer 145, and Embraer 195 aircraft jointly with partner airlines.
AeroSvit has been a member of the Air Transport Association (IATA) since 1996.
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