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- S7 Airlines had to cancel today’s S7 3575 Moscow-Berlin flight
- S7 Airlines had to cancel today’s S7 3576 Berlin-Moscow flight
- S7 flights cancelled due to absence of permission from German authorities
The press service for Russia’s S7 Airlines announced today that German aviation officials denied permission for two S7 cargo & passenger flights scheduled for June 1.
“S7 Airlines had to cancel today’s S7 3575 Moscow-Berlin and S7 3576 Berlin-Moscow flights due to the absence of permission from the German authorities,” airline’s statement read.
“The air carrier has been performing cargo-and-passenger flights to Germany since October 2020, in accordance with the permission from Russia’s civil aviation watchdog Rosaviatsiya. No problems emerged up to this day,” S8 press service said.
“S7 Airlines plans to settle the current permission problem in the regular course of business.”
All passengers of the canceled flights will get a full refund, the airline added.