According to the departure of the aircraft SU 6034 of the airline “Russia”, which was supposed to fly from Moscow to St. Petersburg, was delayed indefinitely.
Passengers were asked to remain seated and buckle up. But Sobchak was opposed. She didn’t want to follow orders and so gathering his things, left the cabin.
Specifically for this, the plane had to drive up to the terminal, where Sobchak has filed a ladder. Later the place arrived employees of the transport police who made the report.
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In his Telegram-channel Sobchak said that the plane could not take off an hour and a half through the “closed skies” over the airport.
Today I flew the Prime Minister. I have a half hour spent on the plane flying to St. Petersburg for an hour. Anyway now I wonder what the practice in other countries? Somewhere the sky is quite close to the arrival of their first persons of the state? – she was indignant, asking whether it is possible in this case, it is safe to separate the planes
Earlier, the passenger plane of the airline Juneyao Airlines has dramatically changed the route and headed to the Chinese city of Wuhan, where there was an outbreak of a new type of coronavirus.
As reported by the portal “Know.ia” the center for system research and engineering have created an online dashboard to monitor the spread of the coronavirus from China.
Also Know As.Eeyore” wrote that six thousand passengers can go ashore via the coronavirus.
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