Rosaviatsiya did not allocate subsidies for air travel to Crimea next year

The Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia) has announced the results of the selection of airlines whose flights will be subsidized from the federal budget in 2023. Subsidies will be allocated for 100 Far Eastern routes and seven routes to Kaliningrad. There were no routes to Simferopol Airport in Crimea, closed since February, in the list of destinations. In total, 12.3 billion rubles are provided for subsidies in the draft budget for the next year.

Airlines with subsidized air travel in 2023:

  • JSC Yakutia Airlines;
  • JSC ALROSA Airlines;
  • JSC Siberia Airlines;
  • JSC AK NordStar;
  • PJSC Aeroflot;
  • JSC "AK Smartavia";
  • JSC "Red Wings";
  • JSC "IrAero";
  • JSC AK "Ural Airlines";
  • JSC "I FLY";
  • PJSC UTair Aviation.

On November 18, the Federal Air Transport Agency for the 44th time extended the flight restriction regime at the airports of Anapa, Belgorod, Bryansk, Voronezh, Gelendzhik, Krasnodar, Kursk, Lipetsk, Rostov-on-Don, Simferopol and Elista, extended until November 27. For the first time, the regime of temporary restriction of flights was announced on February 24 against the background of the entry of Russian troops into the territory of Ukraine.

From 12 to 30 October agency took requests from Russian airlines to subsidize ticket refunds for passengers whose flights were canceled “due to external route restrictions”. The total amount of the third stage of the subsidized program amounted to approximately 72.5 million rubles.

As it became known to Kommersant, Rosaviatsia introduced new safety reporting for airlines and airports. The agency asked industry participants to report on the security situation every day at six in the morning. The new requirement is related to the high alert regime announced in the Central and Southern federal districts.

More details - in the material "Kommersant" "Aviation was raised for a report".

Erdni Kagaltynov

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