Source Pravda.Ru

Tatarstan Airline CEO dismissed after deadly crash

CEO of JSC Tatarstan Airline, Aksan Giniyatullin, was dismissed from his post after the crash of the Boeing 737 at the airport of Kazan, the website of the Ministry for Transport and Roads of the Republic said.

On December 3rd, the head of Interregional Territorial Administration of the Russian Federal Aviation Agency in Tatarstan, Shavkat Umarov, decided to resign because of the tragedy in Kazan.

The aircraft of Tatarstan airline crashed on November 17 at the airport of Kazan. The crash killed all 44 passengers and 6 crew members.

 

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