Tour operators began selling tours to Tunisia on Aeroflot flights
Tour operators can already book tours to Tunisia for the summer of 2023 on Aeroflot direct flights. Aeroflot's flight program from Moscow to Enfidha Airport starts on May 30 with a frequency of 3 times a week.
Anex Tour is the first tour operator to sell tours to Tunisia on Aeroflot boards. The tours are designed with a departure from Moscow or with a connection at Sheremetyevo for departures from three cities: Yekaterinburg, Kazan and St. Petersburg.
The cost of tours from Moscow on GDS flights from Anex Tour starts from $ 2 060 for two persons for 7 nights (departure - May 30, at a 4* hotel, UAI, insurance, group transfer). A tour with a departure in mid-June costs the same.
Tours to Tunisia on the basis of Aeroflot's regular flights are also planned to be offered by tour operators Russian Express and Pac Group. It is known that the tour operator Intourist is currently negotiating on block program with Aeroflot.
“We are working on the issue of block air transportation to Tunisia for the summer. We are negotiating with several airlines, including the national carrier Aeroflot,” said Ismail Bolyukbashi, director of outbound tourism department of Intourist.
According to travel industry experts, Biblio-Globus tour operator will also receive blocks of seats on Aeroflot flights to Tunisia. Tunisia has its own audience in Russia and a certain pent-up demand has formed over the past three years.
Tour operators are cautious in predicting of demand for tours to Tunisia on Aeroflot flights. According to their general estimates, due to the high prices for air tickets (in June - from $ 1 340 for two without luggage) it will not be high.
Also, Red Wings airline can arrange flights from Moscow to Tunisia in the summer season 2023. Nowadays, the carrier is actively negotiating with tour operators. And it is highly likely that agreements will be reached.
“The flight program from Moscow to Tunisia is planned for the high season. There will be at least two flights a week,” the source in the airline reported.