The company denied the words of the Governor of Primorsky Krai that the cost of tickets to far East routes grew by the carrier from three to five times.
MOSCOW, 26 Jan. Aeroflot has denied the statement of the Governor of Primorsky Krai Vladimir Miklushevsky on the increase in the cost of tickets of economy class on far Eastern routes.
Earlier on Monday, the administration of Primorsky Krai with reference to Miklushevsky reported that the cost of tickets with the carrier on this route, when buying the tickets a few days before departure, increased from three to five times.
“Cases of charges of “Aeroflot” to increase prices in the Far East destinations. This information is untrue”, informs the airline on Twitter.
The cases of accusations of Aeroflot in higher prices in the Far East destinations. This information is not true
— Aeroflot (@aeroflot) October 26, 2015
Earlier, Aeroflot had stated that he had not increased the prices of air tickets for far East routes and a program of the “flat” tariffs will be kept until the end of 2015. As noted by the airline, this system is introduced to make more flights available on socially significant routes, including to several cities in the Far East.
Under this program there shall be a single flight in economy class on the routes: Moscow — Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Khabarovsk, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Vladivostok — Moscow in the amount of 18 thousand rubles round trip and 11 thousand rubles to one side with regard to taxes and levies.