The Russian Union of Industrialists and entrepreneurs (RUIE) is going to send to the White house proposals for new measures to support the industry. Among them is the subsidizing payment of 70% of salaries, an increase in return of excise tax on jet fuel and help to pay the lease payments. Industry associations have repeatedly appealed to the government with such proposals, but the authorities have not responded to them.Tuesday, April 28, RSPP at its meeting will consider the draft proposals for the support of airlines and airports. The agenda of the meeting — at the disposal of “Kommersant”. In a “very serious fall in revenue” measures must contribute to the preservation activities of industry participants.”Additional contributions to the pension Fund in the amount of 14% is not actually aimed at the achievement of the declared social objectives the protection of flight crew members, as admission to the Fund, these contributions are not personifizierte with respect to each insured person and is not accounted for on their individual personal accounts”,— stated in the agenda.The RSPP will also consider extending the opposite deduction for jet fuel: first, through the decrease of the conditional prices of jet fuel when calculating the deduction from 50.7 thousand rubles per ton up to 37 thousand rubles per ton, and secondly through the increase in the corresponding ratio from 2.08 to 3.5. The measure proposed by the Association of air transport operators. For kerosene purchased in the Far East and other remote regions, it is proposed to increase the rate to 5.It is also proposed to subsidise the interest rate on credits granted to the airports of the Russian banks in the amount of two thirds of rate of the Central Bank. With Sep for airports proposed to be set reduced rates of insurance contributions for compulsory pension insurance, 6% for compulsory social insurance — at the rate of 1.5% for compulsory health insurance was 0.1%.Earlier letters to Andrei Belousov asking for industry support were sent by the Russian Association of air transport operators (aato) and the international Association of airports (IAA). Of the responses to these letters are not publicly announced.Herman Costincreasing aviators as the global airline industry, in terms of a pandemic, on the brink of survival. The government is going to give companies subsidies, but market participants believe the size of them is absolutely insufficient. That the rules of the game are now more important than state support, the timing of the crisis and its implications for the industry, “Kommersant” said principal owner, Chairman of the Board of Directors of S7 Group, Vladislav Filev.Read more