May 12, the Russian airline Aeroflot opened sales of subsidized tickets for its own flights and for flights of its subsidiary Rossiya to the occupied Simferopol, according to the Simferopol city website, citing the press service of the local airport.
The special tariff will be available from May 15 to November 30. Subsidies for tickets are introduced for citizens aged under 23 and over 60, as well as for disabled persons of the 1st group, disabled children of Groups 1, 2 and 3, as well as their accompanying persons.
Russian authorities have allocated almost 500 million rubles For the project of subsidizing air tickets to the occupied Ukrainian peninsula.
Earlier, QHA reported that Ukraine intends to file a lawsuit against a Russian airline flying to the occupied Crimea. The lawsuit claims the illegal use of the airspace of Ukraine, that is, without relevant payments. The amount of the claim is 5 million Hryvnia.