Travel News Digest Monday 24 May
On Monday, May 24, the editors continued to monitor the consequences of the forced landing Ryanair in Minsk, from which the Belarusian authorities removed the former editor-in-chief of the telegram channel Nexta Roman Protasevich… As the experts predicted, without waiting for the decisions of their governments, the European airlines, one after another, announce the termination of flights over the territory of Belarus. Bypassing their passengers will be taken airBaltic, Polish LOT and Wizz air… Will this lead to higher airfare? Read in our material.
Meanwhile Greek Foreign Ministry suggested to Russian colleagues to increase the number of flights between the countries. According to unofficial information, the decision can be made before the end of the month.
Turkey also proposed to restore flights to resorts. The ball has long been on the side of the headquarters of the Russian government, but judging by the previously canceled departures Aeroflot in June, they are in no hurry to open Turkey.
Therefore, for those who want to go to the Mediterranean Sea, we recommend paying attention to the news from the airline. S7, which announced new flights to cities in Croatia.
It is not excluded that the borders of other European countries will soon open up as well, since the Russian Sputnik V vaccine is expected to be certified by the end of June.
And in conclusion – about the news of domestic tourism. Vice Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenkowhich Vladimir Putin sent to Kamchatka, continues to report: tourist routes in the Valley of Geysers and on the extinct Uzon volcano will be improved. Dmitry Chernyshenko promises to reduce the cost of trips to the geysers by 3 times, but the readers of our telegram channel “Krysha TurDoma” do not believe: prices will only grow.
Tatiana Vasilieva complained about a million dollar Maldivian vacation.
Russians do not want to take out loans for vacation.
Mostourism explained why there were no tour operators on the bar-shaped stand.
Travel agents criticize the new Coral Travel website.