MOSCOW, August 31- RAPSI, Dmitry Shchitov. The Moscow Commercial Court will hear on October 6 an application filed by Kurumoch International Airport for the bankruptcy of Aviaenergo, an airline, a court spokesperson told the Russian Legal Information Agency (RAPSI).

The court ordered bankruptcy supervision over the airline on March 4, and appointed a temporary bankruptcy administrator.

The airport was given third priority creditor status in collecting the 2.6 million ruble (approximately $89,890) debt owed to it by the airline.

The airlines shares, as well as a number of different assets, were assigned to IDGC Holding, upon the reorganization of RAO UES of Russia. The energy holding tried to sell 100 percent of Aviaenergos shares, but failed, due to a lack of buyers.

Aviaenergo is licensed by the Federal Agency for Air Transport (Rosaviatsiya) to conduct international charter flights. Its fleet consists of Tu-154M, Tu-134A-3 and Il-62M aircraft.