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Deputies of Yakutia ask for subsidies for flights to the capital of the republic

Deputies of Yakutia ask for subsidies for flights to the capital of the republic
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The deputies of Yakutia are asking to extend the program of subsidizing flights to Moscow and St. Petersburg to the capital of the republic. The deputies of the State Assembly of Yakutia (Il Tumen) sent an appeal to the Speaker of the State Duma Vyacheslav Volodin.

As the TASS, Yakutsk is not currently a subsidized route. The program includes flights from the cities of Neryungri, Mirny and Polyarny.

In February, the Russian government approved the expansion of the program of preferential flights for residents of the Far East. Now, not only students and pensioners can buy a subsidized ticket, but residents of all ages. The program is available to all residents with a residence permit in the Far East. We are talking about flights to Moscow, several directions to St. Petersburg and back. There are 21 routes in total.

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