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Flights to Kamchatka may rise in price due to a new terminal
Flights from Moscow to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky may rise in price by 10% due to higher tariffs at the local airport. They want to do this for the return of funds invested in the construction of a new terminal.
As they say "Vedomosti", the terminal is building a holding "Airports of the regions." He plans to set higher tariffs from 2023 to 2027. At the same time, the Federal Antimonopoly Service gives the go-ahead for increasing the cost of providing services to airlines: the take-off and landing tariff is 2,2 times on average, and the provision of a terminal and passenger service is six times higher.
Since 2023, total fees from airlines will grow 2,7 times. According to the FAS estimates, due to the increase in fares, the cost of air tickets to Kamchatka will increase by 10%. However, until 2023, the project may receive state support in the form of a capital grant or subsidizing of a loan rate for construction. In this case, the tariffs will be reduced.
Last December, the government transport commission approved the investment project for the construction of the airport complex in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. They plan to hand it over in 2022. Glavgosekspertiza approved design estimates, now for construction looking for contractors.