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FPC Lowers Prices
28.01.2015 09:47
FPC Lowers Prices
(Source: http://delate.info/7118-stala-dostupnoy-mobilnaya-versiya-sayta-rzhd.html)

“Federal Passenger Company” (FPC, a subsidiary of Russian Railways) lowers prices for international routes by 30 percent in foreign currency in 2015.

      This was told by the CEO of FPC, the Vice President of Russian Railways Mikhail Akulov. “Despite the difficult economic situation, we have taken a decision for 2015: a passenger purchasing a travel document for international routes within the period from 60 to 45 day receives a 10 percent discount, and we reduced the price on the trip itself by 30 percent compared with the level of 2014 in foreign currency” – Akulov reported. According to him, FPC expects that such tariff policy in addition to the tariff plans that are currently effective in international traffic will keep the attractiveness of railway travels.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian Railways     

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