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Russian airline Utair has introduced a new restriction for passengers on a background of pandemic coronavirus. On Monday, may 25, reports “Ura.ru”.
According to the Agency, passengers will be allowed on Board only if you have a negative test COVID-19. In order to implement anti-virus measures, the company is ready to incur additional costs.
According to the head of airport services Department passenger experience Utair Igor Dubina, the airline itself will send passengers tests to those made before the flight and made sure that is not infected. Otherwise they will be refused service.
As noted by Dubin, Utair are contemplating the introduction of the experience of Chechnya, where all boarding a aircraft passengers check information about the absence of the virus. However, the mechanism of distribution of tests and checking of certificates in the airline has not worked out.
Official comments about possible innovations in the press service of Utair has not yet provided.
Earlier it was reported that Russia decided to abandon the distancing planes because of the likelihood of rising prices for tickets and unprofitable flights. However, until the end of the pandemic coronavirus of all passengers were obliged to fly in masks and gloves.
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