Russian Aviation Revokes Permission to Export Russians from Seoul due to Confusion
According to preliminary data, there was confusion with the number of passengers, the press service explained. “They mixed up those who were supposed to fly from Khabarovsk to Seoul, and those who, on the contrary, had to return home to Russia. Who made such a mistake - now find out. The board is waiting at Khabarovsk airport for permission to fly. It can take place on April 8 in the morning, tentatively at 9 am local time”, they added.
The representative of the Federal Air Transport Agency declined to comment. Amur Media notes that the plane owned by Aurora Airlines (part of the Aeroflot group) was supposed to arrive in South Korea on April 7 at 19:50 local time and return to Khabarovsk at 0:50 on April 8. Sakhalin.Info at the airline confirmed that the flight was canceled.