The authorities of Norilsk managed to eliminate queues for tickets that have arisen due to the reconstruction of the runway airport Alykel. About it reports the press service of the Governor of the region Victor Tolokonsky with reference to the mayor of Norilsk Oleg Kurilov.
For this, the authorities had to change the system of air travel. "The head of the city noted that the line at some ticket offices were at the start of ticket sales for the summer schedule, now the situation is normalized. To reduce speculative demand has helped bid system reservation of tickets, which is constantly adjusted in relation to the needs of residents, change vacation schedules," — said in the message.
Thus, all reserved and unpaid for two weeks the tickets again go on sale. This greatly reduced tensions in the allocation of employee leave the company "Norilsk Nickel".
The first stage of reconstruction of the Norilsk airport runway started in June 2016, 2017 and 2018 will be the following. Due to the climatic features of the work will be performed in the period from 1 June to 15 September. To finish reconstruction it is planned for the autumn of 2018. Before this time passenger numbers will be limited. In particular, the airport cannot receive aircrafts of the type Boeing, they are replaced by small aircraft.
About 9.6 billion rubles on upgrading of the airport sent the Federal budget, and another three billion rubles — the company "Norilsk Nickel".
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