Aeroflot steps in to fill demand

  • 2003-07-03
  • Agence France Presse
MOSCOWRussian air carrier Aeroflot is to double the number of flights between Moscow and the Baltic enclave of Kaliningrad and offer return tickets for around 30 euros as Lithuania prepared to introduce a visa regime for overland transit.The cost of a round-trip Moscow-Kaliningrad flight will be 990 rubles (30 euros), with special prices for pensioners and people under 18 of just 800 rubles, the ITAR-TASS news agency said, quoting airline officials.The airline increased on June 30 the number of daily flights between Moscow and the enclave from two to four as demand for seats easily outstrip...
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