Yakutia Airlines has negotiated with several carriers to perform international flights for the company after Russian authorities suspended the airline’s international operations.

The suspension took effect Nov. 5 and the airline has already agreed with IrAero Airlines to perform Irkutsk-Tashkent (Uzbekistan) flights Nov. 10 and 17. Krasnodar-Prague (Czech Republic) flights will be flown by Ural Airlines.

Passengers with tickets for Seoul (South Korea)-Yakutsk flights Nov. 11 can have them reissued for S7 Airlines’ Seoul-Novosibirsk-Yakutsk flights. Aeroflot subsidiary Aurora Airlines will carry Yakutia passengers without ticket reissues on the Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk-Narita (Japan) route in November. Yakutia canceled Nov. 8 and 11 Yakutsk-Harbin (China) and Yakutsk-Seoul flights and offered refunds.

Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency suspended the airlines’ international flights until the Yakutsk-based carrier corrects flaws discovered during inspections. The agency found the airline provided “inaccurate information on the implementation of airworthiness directives on the Boeing 737-800.”

The agency said the airline sold about 450 tickets for international flights in November and December.

Polina Montag-Girmes, montag.girmes@gmail.com