Russian tour operator Intourist paid off the debt of Turkish airline Atlasglobal

AtlasglobalThe largest Russian tour operator Intourist paid off the debt of its partner, Turkish airline Atlasglobal, to the airports of Samara and Yekaterinburg. The two airport stopped servicing the flights of the airline due to non-payment of taxes and ground services. Airline flights to Turkey have already flown.

“Both flights have already flown away from Samara and Yekaterinburg. Now the work is being carried out normally under the guarantee of the tour operator Intourist. The aircraft maintenance is carried out to support the tour operator. We solved formalities today, we managed to solve the problem and both flights, but with a delay”, says the Russian tour operator Intourist.

Samara’s Kurumoch International Airport and Yekaterinburg’s Koltsovo International Airport on October 4 stopped serving flights of the Turkish airline Atlasglobal due to delay in payments for taxes and ground services. The amount of debt is not specified.

Atlasglobal Airlines, based at Istanbul Ataturk Airport, operates scheduled and charter passenger flights within Turkey and to countries in Europe and Asia.