Tickets for the nearest flights to countries with a visa-free regime have ended in Russia

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The websites of airlines and ticket aggregators have run out of tickets for the next flights from Russia to countries with a visa-free regime, writes RBC.

We are talking, in particular, about flights to Istanbul, Yerevan, Baku, Tashkent.

In most cases, the nearest available flights that journalists managed to find are scheduled for Friday, September 23, and sometimes on the 24th to 25th.

According to the Aviasales service, a ticket for a direct flight from Moscow to Istanbul can now be bought no earlier than Friday, September 23, and it costs 76,000 rubles. The flight is operated by Aeroflot. This ticket is no longer available on the airline’s website, the nearest available direct flight is September 25 (58.6 thousand rubles). On the Turkish Airlines website, a ticket for a similar flight can be bought no earlier than September 24 for more than 81 thousand rubles.

On September 21, Vladimir Putin announced “partial mobilization” in Russia. The authorities say they intend to call up 300,000 people for military service.

Mobilization in Russia

Source: meduza.io

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