Ural Airlines reduce prices by 50%

29 November 2006 (12:50)

The ‘fantastic drop in prices’ announced by the General Director of Ural Airlines Sergey Skuratov has arrived. The carrier reduced its fares by 50% and, according to their spokesperson, this is not a seasonal or time-limited offer.

‘This offer was made possible due to the fact that the Federal Antimonopoly Service in Sverdlovsk Region finally intervened in the long dispute between Koltsovo Airport and Ural Airlines. The Service laid a claim against the airport as it was allegedly violating the Competition Protection Act,’ says the spokesperson for Ural Airlines.

‘Thanks to its efforts, we have managed to reduce the aviation kerosene prices by 37%, so now they are comparable to those of Domodedovo, one of Moscow’s airports,’ said the company’s Commercial Director Kirill Skuratov.

The number of tickets one could buy at half-price is limited (there is the minimum of 30 tickets depending on the destination, time, and aircraft loading), says the company’s spokesperson.

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