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Chukotka began selling subsidized tickets to Moscow
Chukotka started selling subsidized tickets on the Moscow-Pevek-Moscow route. The flights are operated by Yakutia Airlines.
According to the press service of the government of Chukotka, the cost of a ticket, excluding fees, is 9,7 thousand rubles. Citizens with a permanent residence permit in the Far East can take advantage of the special rate.
According to the first deputy head of the regional department of industrial policy, Andrey Bykov, a quota of ten seats is provided for each flight, tickets for the flight on April 28 have already been sold out. The airline will then approve the summer flight schedule.
You can buy tickets at a special rate at the ticket offices; in the future, they can be purchased online.
Since the beginning of the year, benefit recipients have the opportunity to buy a ticket at a special rate: pensioners, disabled people, large families and young people under 23 years old. The ticket price is 9 thousand rubles, excluding taxes. There are about 50 tickets left on sale.
In addition, since 2019, the Chukotka government has been subsidizing passenger transportation on the Moscow-Pevek-Moscow route. An agreement was signed with the Yakutia airline on the organization of charter flights at a special cost of 25 thousand rubles, with an economically justified one - 53 thousand rubles. The maximum flight quota is up to 20 seats.
Together with the Ministry of Transport of Russia, the possibility of reducing the cost of air transportation of Pevek residents to the capital during the runway reconstruction from May 2021 to October 2022 is being considered.