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Residents of Buryatia Demand to Reduce Prices for Air Flights to the Russian Capital

Residents of Buryatia Demand to Reduce Prices for Air Flights to the Russian Capital
Photo: screenshot from change.org
A citizen of the Russian Federation, Catherine Vlasova, posted a petition on the resource change.org, "Reducing the Prices for Air Flights Moscow-Ulan-Ude". The author applies a screenshot from the S7 booking service, where the round-trip ticket cost is calculated as 70200 rubles.

The text of the petition says that "the cost of air travel from Moscow to Ulan-Ude is on average 19000 rub in one direction, with an average salary for the region 15000-20000 rubles." It is said that "People living in Moscow simply can not afford to see their loved ones and fly to their homeland."

The addressees of the petition are the FAS and the Ministry of Transport of Russia. At the time of this writing, 750 people have signed up for the petition.

It should be noted that in relation to a number of regions in the Far East, the problem of high air ticket prices was partially solved due to the introduction of a "flat" tariff system by Aeroflot. This year, for 20 thousand rubles at both ends, you can fly to Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Kamchatka and Sakhalin. Next year, Magadan will also be added to the list of preferential cities.


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