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“Aeroexpress” has joined the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

May 20, 2011

Aeroexpress has joined the corporative club of the World Wildlife Fund which is the world’s biggest independent environment protection organisation.

The company plans to take very active part in Fund’s activities. In particular, within the frame of corporative social responsibility Aeroexpress will act as a partner for “The day without cars”, an international event which takes place annually, on September 22nd.

Jointly with Russian Railways, JSC, Aeroexpress is solving a significant social objective on relieving the principal motor highways of Moscow and those of the Moscow oblast as well as regarding improvement of environmental situation. In terms of cars, Aeroexpress annually relieves the city from 41 thousand kilometers of traffic congestions and 60 thousand tons of harmful emissions. “The day without cars” is a symbolic international action aimed at demonstrating possible alternatives to the car, for instance riding by train.

Mr. Rustam Akiniyazov, Aeroexpress’ commercial Director stresses, “Joining WWF corresponds with the policy of corporative social responsibility adopted in our company. We have a hope that co-operation with the Fund will facilitate us in attracting consumers’ attention to environmental problems at which solving we were targeted when having offered aeroexpresses to consumers as an alternative to motor vehicles”.

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The World Wildlife Fund, WWF, is the world’s biggest independent environment protection organisation, it exists since 1961. The Fund operates in 100 countries throughout the world uniting over 5 mln. of permanent followers. In the Russian Federation WWF has been operating since 1994; annually it accomplishes over 150 field projects in country’s 47 regions. During the years of operation with WWF’s support within Russia there were established especially protected natural reserving areas in Kamchatka, Altay, the Urals, in the Arctic, Yakutia, Primorye (the Russian Far East) totally numbering 9 reserves and 53 national parks, wildlife preserves, reserve parks as well as other protected territories.