It is a fine of approximately 5.9 thousand US dollars, which was voluntarily paid by Euro-Asia Air from Kazakhstan for the flight made in August 2019.
“The reasons are different, one of them is shortcomings in the organization of work,” Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov said.
It is noted that this decision was made to protect the environment “as part of an ambitious programme to cut emissions and become the greenest diplomatic service in the world.”
29 people were on board. The number of injured is 15.
From January 13, 2020, David L. Calhoun, who now heads the company’s board, will become Boeing’s Chief Executive Officer.
The concerns are set forth in a letter from the President of Association to the Deputy Minister of Transport.