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Trutnev wants to limit ticket sales at flat rates
Deputy Prime Minister and Envoy of the President of Russia in the Far Eastern Federal District, Yuri Trutnev, spoke out against the sale of plane tickets at flat fares to shift workers who work in the Far East. At the same time, the official noted that tickets at affordable prices should be preserved for other residents.
Yuri Trutnev, whose words he cites RIA News", said that the authorities were interested in giving work, especially to local residents, and there was no intention to support the shift method.
Earlier, State Duma Deputy Chairman Irina Yarovaya appealed to the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Government Maxim Akimov with a request to initiate a decision by the Cabinet on support flat rate programs for the Far East. She also asked to expand the program and additionally finance it.
Also, the situation with the lack of sales of air tickets from the Far East to the central regions of Russia alarmed the State Duma deputies. They demanded The Ministry of Transport has proposals for solving the problem. All-Russian Passenger Association turned to the head of the Ministry of Transport, Eugene Dietrich, with a request to solve the problem with air tickets.