Russia’s Transaero Airlines has asked the government for support in resolving its debt crisis. TASS news agency, quoting unnamed sources, reported the carrier told the government it may have to cancel flights, which Transaero CEO Olga Pleshakova has denied. According to TASS, the carrier has unpaid liabilities to fuel suppliers Rosneft (RUB2.5 billion ($45.78 million) and Gazpromneft-Aero (RUB 2 billion). In October, Transaero and Sberbank agreed to try to secure a RUB45 billion ...

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