Travel News Digest Monday 21 June
One of the main topics is how much are tours to Turkey after the decision of the headquarters to resume flights? In response to a request from the editors, large online agencies shared their weekend sales statistics and observations on demand trends: interest in Turkey is now higher than in tours in Russia.
Airlines are increasing their air traffic – a press release on this topic was issued by S7. We found out the cost of air tickets to Antalya from Aeroflot and other airlines departing from major cities.
Meanwhile, in Crimea, they continue to liquidate the consequences of the floods. Electricity and water were returned to Yalta hotels. However, Rospotrebnadzor ordered to close the beaches and tighten control over the sanitary and epidemiological situation. Putin asked Shoigu for help, forecasters issued a new storm warning, and tourists, in turn, are discussing a proposal to let only vaccinated citizens into Crimea.
And finally – to the international news. Relations between Russia and the United States can hardly be called warm, but after the meeting between Putin and Biden there have been glimpses for the better: the Russian ambassador considers it very important to resume issuing visas. FROM
Israel is negotiating mutual recognition of vaccines. Given that Israel is ready to allow vaccinated tourists, if successful, the Russians can get another destination for recreation.
Emirates reports losses
Rosturizm was offered to finalize the criteria for the selection of investment projects for subsidies
Bus accident in Kuban