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Mishustin signed an order on preferential air travel in the Far Eastern Federal District

Mishustin signed an order on preferential air travel in the Far Eastern Federal District
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Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin approved additional funding for the subsidized air travel program. About five billion rubles will be allocated for these purposes.

According to the press service of the Russian government, subsidized air travel includes more than 20 routes. Among them are flights from the capitals of regions and large cities of the Far East to Moscow and several to St. Petersburg. Thanks to additional funding, about 450 thousand people will be able to additionally use preferential transportation.

Tickets at subsidized fares will be available to all categories of passengers who are registered in the federal district. For pensioners, disabled people, large families and citizens under 23 years old, financing of a preferential program of 5,8 billion rubles was previously approved.

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