Sheremetyevo sent almost half of its staff to idle

According to a source at the airport, it is about 6-7 thousand. man
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The largest Moscow airport Sheremetyevo (JSC “MASH”) sent in idle 40% of its staff. This is stated in the text of the order of the general director of “Sheremetyevo” Mikhail Vasilenko.

Simple was declared for reasons “independent of the employer and employees” and in connection with the “critical reduction in passenger traffic” against the background of sanctions against Russia and the closure of the airspace of some countries, Izvestia reports. We are talking about office workers and others, the source said.

According to some information, today Sheremetyevo Airport is served by about 15 thousand people: 6 thousand – employees of “MASH”, another 5 thousand – are employees of the subsidiary “Sheremetyevo Handling”, which are engaged in ground handling of aircraft and passengers in terminals, as well as processing luggage. As for the cargo operator of Moscow Cargo Airport, about 4,000 people work there. In total, 6-7 thousand people will be sent to the downtime. During this period, employees will receive 2/3 of the salary. They will retain their jobs, as well as the conditions of the VHI.

On March 10, Sheremetyevo closed International Terminal D. This was due to the situation in the aviation industry.

Earlier, the decision to send employees to forced downtime was announced by Ural Airlines. The problems arose due to the geopolitical situation, the closure of the skies of European countries, as well as sanctions for the use of aircraft.

EU countries began to close the skies after the announcement of the beginning of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine. Rosaviatsia retaliated and closed the airspace to 36 states. The press service of the Federal Air Transport Agency also approved a temporary algorithm that will allow companies to transfer access to international traffic.

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The largest Moscow airport Sheremetyevo (JSC “MASH”) sent in idle 40% of its staff. This is stated in the text of the order of the general director of “Sheremetyevo” Mikhail Vasilenko. Simple was declared for reasons “independent of the employer and employees” and in connection with the “critical reduction in passenger traffic” against the background of sanctions against Russia and the closure of the airspace of some countries, Izvestia reports. We are talking about office workers and others, the source said. According to some information, today Sheremetyevo Airport is served by about 15 thousand people: 6 thousand – employees of “MASH”, another 5 thousand – are employees of the subsidiary “Sheremetyevo Handling”, which are engaged in ground handling of aircraft and passengers in terminals, as well as processing luggage. As for the cargo operator of Moscow Cargo Airport, about 4,000 people work there. In total, 6-7 thousand people will be sent to the downtime. During this period, employees will receive 2/3 of the salary. They will retain their jobs, as well as the conditions of the VHI. On March 10, Sheremetyevo closed International Terminal D. This was due to the situation in the aviation industry. Earlier, the decision to send employees to forced downtime was announced by Ural Airlines. The problems arose due to the geopolitical situation, the closure of the skies of European countries, as well as sanctions for the use of aircraft. EU countries began to close the skies after the announcement of the beginning of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine. Rosaviatsia retaliated and closed the airspace to 36 states. The press service of the Federal Air Transport Agency also approved a temporary algorithm that will allow companies to transfer access to international traffic.

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