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Rosaviatsiya was determined with subsidies for air transportation from the Far East and Siberia
This year 3 billion 372,5 million rubles were allocated from the federal budget to subsidize Far Eastern transportation. The Ministry of Transport reported that back in 2013, the number of preferential routes had increased from 36 to 44.
According to the Ministry of Transport, in 2013, 516 578 people purchased 14 passengers, which is 2013% of the total number of transported passengers in 50 year on these routes, under the program of subsidizing the transportation of passengers from the Far East to the European part of the country and in the opposite direction. The right to a reduced rate with an 23-percentage discount for the flight will be available to Russian citizens under the age of 55 years, women over the age of 60 years, men over the age of XNUMX years, invalids of the I group of any age and their accompanying persons, as well as persons accompanying children -Invalids.
- Rosaviatsia entered into agreements for Far Eastern preferential transportation in 2014 with 9 airlines - Aeroflot, Transaero, Siberia, Yakutia, Alrosa, Taimyr, UTair, Vim-Avia, Ural Airlines ". The agreements have been signed, and the airlines have already started to implement them, say the Federal Air Transport Agency.
As for the eight new directions, so far agreements have been concluded on two of them - St. Petersburg – Irkutsk and Sochi – Irkutsk. Agreements for the remaining six directions (Vladivostok – Novosibirsk, Khabarovsk – Novosibirsk, Yakutsk – Novosibirsk, Vladivostok – Yekaterinburg, Khabarovsk – Yekaterinburg, Yakutsk – Yekaterinburg) have not yet been concluded. From April 9 to May 15, the Federal Air Transport Agency will collect applications from airlines.