The prices for flight tickets to non-CIS countries increased by almost 30%
In July 2015, the average price for a ticket in one direction to the non-CIS countries amounted to 12.5 thousand rubles, which is almost 30% more than in July in the last year, when it amounted to 9.65 thousand rubles.
The cheapest routes from Moscow in the last month were to Prague, Berlin, Istanbul and Munich. The average cost of a ticket to these destinations dis not exceed 10 thousand rubles. The flight to the Czech capital became cheaper by 5%, the price has decreased from 8.85 thousand rubles to 8.4 thousand rubles.
Experts say the service that the greatest price growth was noted of the flight Moscow - Tel Aviv, which increased from 6.51 thousand rubles to 12.6 thousand rubles. Also, in comparison with July 2014, Istanbul and Munich rose (up 43%), Barcelona and London (up 35%).
The price of the flight Moscow - Tivat increased from 9.24 thousand rubles to 11.4 thousand rubles, Moscow - Burgas - from 10.4 thousand rubles to 11.7 thousand rubles. A ticket to Antalya, compared with the previous year, rose by 1.46 thousand rubles, from 8.89 to 10.3 thousand rubles.
Yury Mishchenko, graduated from Moscow Institute of Foreign Languages, has more than 15 years experience in tourism and travel. Working both in tour operator company as destination manager, and in travel agency as sales manager, he is focused on analysis of Russian tour operators’ daily routine. Recently, Yury works in Baginet Marketing and Sales Agency.