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Aeroflot Tickets To the Crimea
April 19, 2014 23:23


(Source: http://www.aviationexplorer.com/c-130_facts.htm)

The Aeroflot starts selling tickets to the Crimea at special rates, the carriers press service reported. The passengers traveling to the Crimea and in the opposite direction will be offered six kinds of special fares.

The lowest cost of economy class ticket on Moscow - Simferopol - Moscow and Simferopol - Moscow - Simferopol itinerary will be 7.5 thousand rubles including taxes and dues. One way ticket will cost 4 thousand rubles, including taxes and fees. More than half of the tickets for each flight will be sold at a minimal cost. Aeroflot Group airlines plan to increase the capacity of the flights to Simferopol and to open new routes.

From April 1 to May 31, 2014 Aeroflot increases the number of flights from Moscow to four daily flights on the Airbus A320/321 aircraft, but starting June 1, 2014 up to 8 daily flights on the Airbus A320/321 aircraft. Besides that, Rossiya Airlines is planning to start the flights from St. Petersburg before the pre-scheduled period: exactly on 20 April 2014, with a frequency of one flight a day, and starting 1 June 2014 to increase flight frequency to two flights a day on the Airbus A320. DonAvia Airlines opened a new direct flight from Rostov-on-Don to Simferopol on April 28, 2014 with a frequency of one flight a day on the Airbus A319.

Crimean low-cost carrier.
The Head of the Federal Tourism Agency Alexander Radkov declared earlier that the department proposes to think on starting another low-cost carrier for transportation of tourists from Russia in the Crimea. Radkov noted that the Ministry of Transport is considering the issue of subsidizing of transportation to the peninsula. "Here we need to determine the optimal price for air transportation," the head of the office said. Radkov believes that it is still risky for travelers to go to the Crimea by car or by train on their own. "The situation is ambiguous. There happen provocations, including at the border, including in respect of people, traveling on trains", he explained. The Head of the Federal Tourism Agency believes that in this regard, in 2014, tourists from Russia have to choose air transportation and ferry crossing when planning their trip to the Crimea.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Aeroflot the Crimea    

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