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Grozny’s airport must have the best air liner in the North Caucasus
Grozny’s airport must have the best air liner in the North Caucasus, Chechnya’s President Akhmat Kadyrov told a conference in the republican capital on Monday. “We shall purchase this best plane in the near future,” he said. Kadyrov confirmed that Grozny’s Severny (Northern) airport would officially reopen on March 8 and the first flight from it would be to Moscow. On the occasion of the March 8 holiday all women passengers who will board this flight will travel free of charge. As he inspected the airport earlier on Monday, Kadyrov instructed the deputy prime minister supervising the law enforcement services, Adam Demirkhanov, to remove the roadblock from the highway leading to the airport. He also instructed to double-check all equipment and security measures. Grozny’s airport was included in the state register in February. At the initial phase an air link will be established between Grozny and Moscow. One plane has been leased from the Dagestan Airlines for this purpose. Flights to other Russian cities will begin later. Earlier, the chief of the Vainakh Airlines, Khairuddi Visengeriyev, told Itar-Tass “the Severny airport would be servicing domestic flights first, but we shall seek its international status.” Medium and long-range Tupolev liners will be used on all routes. Contracts will be concluded with Russia’s biggest airlines, including Aeroflot, the main investor into Grozny’s airport. Aeroflot has spent about 150 million on the airport’s repairs and upgrade. An economy class ticket to Moscow will cost 5,500 rubles, and a business class ticket, 8,000 rubles.
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