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D.Medvedev signed decrees on subsidizing air transportation to Crimea

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a number of government resolutions related to subsidizing air transportation to the Crimea. The texts of these documents are published on the official Internet portal of legal information.

In particular, the prime minister approved the "Rules for the provision of subsidies from the federal budget to air transport organizations in order to ensure the availability of air transportation of passengers to Simferopol and in the opposite direction." In addition, the rules for granting subsidies for the organization of transportation to Crimea and back were approved, provided from the federal budget of the autonomous non-profit organization "Transport Directorate of the Olympic Games".

The government also made changes to the "Rules for the provision of subsidies from the federal budget to air transport organizations for the implementation of regional air transportation of passengers on the territory of the Russian Federation and the formation of a regional route network of the Russian Federation." The amendments include transportation to Crimea in the number of subsidized routes, regardless of their length, and also provide that the frequency of flights to Crimea can be reduced by two flights a week without losing the carrier's right to a subsidy.

New limit values ​​of tariffs for air transportation from the Far East to the European part of Russia have been introduced. So, for the route Khabarovsk-Yekaterinburg-Khabarovsk this amount will be 6,2 thousand rubles, Yakutsk-Yekaterinburg-Yakutsk - 6 thousand rubles, Khabarovsk-Simferopol-Khabarovsk - 8 thousand rubles, Yakutsk-Simferopol-Yakutsk - 8 thousand rubles.

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