Russian airlines can move in 2017 to a record 100 million passengers. This was stated by Minister of transport of Russia Maxim Sokolov, the TV channel "Russia 24" on Thursday, August 10.
"Suggest that by the end of this year we'll get to record the bar in the 100 million passengers who will be transported by the Russian airlines," said the Minister, adding that "airports will bring even more" due to the presence of foreign companies. Last year the Russian airlines have transported the 88.6 million people.
An important criterion for significant growth Sokolov said update flight infrastructure and the emergence of bezbashennyh non-refundable rates. The Minister explained that the law allowing the airlines to sell these tickets aimed at reducing the cost of transportation. "Overall, we have managed to reduce the ticket price of air travel for the first time in a very long period of time almost 17 percent," reported falcons.
20 Jul Turservis CEO of Biletix Alexander Sizintsev suggested, that, on the contrary, the abolition of the mandatory norms of free baggage allowance for holders of nonrefundable tickets will lead to increase in flights, as airlines are likely to charge the passengers extra for baggage handling.
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