Authorities plan to extend charter flight program to Russian Railways | Rusbase

Date: 2022 August 15 Time: 05:19:14

Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin will instruct the Ministry of Transport, Russian Railways and the Federal Tourism Agency to study the possibility of expanding the rail travel charter program. The head of the Cabinet of Ministers considers this idea “interesting”, reports Kommersant.

The authorities plan to expand the air charter program for Russian railways

Anastasia Mariana

Subsidies are allocated to chartered air transport within the country. According to Mishustin, the three-year budget provides more than one billion rubles for subsidies.

In July, Rostourism offered to expand the support program to include regular air and rail traffic.

“Russian Railways” told the publication that it is preparing a set of measures for citizens to vacation in Russia, “and is ready to discuss in detail the appointment of chartered trains at the request of representatives of tourist communities.” and the balance of the train timetable’.

The railway operator believes that this will increase the accessibility of rail transport to the population, among other things, reduce the cost of tourism products.

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