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Byudgetny Perevozchik Announced Prices For Tickets
24.10.2014 00:01
Byudgetny Perevozchik Announced Prices For Tickets

“Byudgetny Perevozchik” airline company, created to replace “Dobrolyot” fallen under sanctions, announced prices for transportation to eight cities of Russia on its website.

      The minimum cost is 999 roubles (excluding additional charges). As it was stated previously, the carrier will fly from Moscow to Volgograd, Samara, Yekaterinburg, Perm, Kazan, Belgorod, Tyumen and Surgut. The tickets will be sold after the airline receives an Air Operator Certificate. “Byudgetny Perevozchik” applied for such certificate on October 14. According to the PR-manager of the company Maxim Fetisov, the application will be considered within 60 days, but in the Federal Air Transport Agency promised to speed up the process. It is assumed that “Byudgetny Perevozchik” will operate by the minimum program at first. Its fleet is limited to four Boeings 737-800 taken by subleasing from “Aeroflot”.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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