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Subsidizing air tickets from the Far East in 2015 will be more than 3 billion rubles

Subsidizing air tickets from the Far East to the European part of Russia next year will cost the federal budget 3,372 billion rubles. This is reported by "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" with reference to the draft budget for 2015.

In general, more than 2015 billion rubles are planned to be pledged to support regional air travel in 8,7, almost the same as this year, the newspaper notes. Air transport subsidies from Kaliningrad to the main territory of Russia are estimated at 467 million rubles; it is planned to allocate 679,8 million rubles for air transportation to the Crimea.

The formation of a regional route network in general across Russia is planned to spend 3,58 billion rubles, as in 2014. "In the future, the Ministry of Finance intends to reduce financial support for regional aviation from the federal budget," the article said. In the 2016-2017, it is proposed to reduce the financing of the Volga program to almost 608 million rubles a year, the Far Eastern budget to 3,305 billion rubles annually, the funds for flights to Kaliningrad in 2016 are planned to be reduced to 462,5 million rubles. As for flights to the Crimea, the Ministry of Finance has not yet decided on the amounts for 2016-2017 years.

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