Rosaviatsiya didn’t enlist Crimea as a subsidized route in 2016 04/22/2016 17:25:17. Total views 1047. Views today — 0.

Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsiya) didn’t enlist Crimean as subsidized flight route in 2016. It is reported by the Association of Tour Operators of Russia, – reports Novosti Kryma.

Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsiya) published a list of subsidized flights as part of the decision of the Government "On granting subsidies from the federal budget to air transport organizations to conduct regional air transportation of passengers on the territory of the Russian Federation and form regional route network in the Russian Federation". Meanwhile, the Crimean routes were not enlisted.

Anapa-Bryansk and Anapa-Kostroma are present among the most popular holiday destinations in the list of subsidized routes. Flights will be carrie out once a week in both directions. Both routes are co-financed by regional budgets. Subsidized flights will be carried out from June to September this year. Cheper cheap flights to Sochi will also be available to residents of Bryansk, Bugulma, Ivanovo, Lipetsk, Rostov-on-Don.