Destinations for low-cost flights in June 2021 have been analysed by the OneTwoTrip travel service’s experts. The specialists found out the minimum prices for one-way tickets from Russian cities the residents of which most often looked for travel options at the beginning of this summer, RIA Novosti reports.
Thus, flights in June are most in-demand among travellers from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Krasnodar, and Sochi. For each of these cities, a separate rating of low-cost destinations has been compiled. Muscovites have the widest selection of budget air tickets, according to the study results. So, for 900 rubles you can fly to Bryansk, for 1,050 rubles to Pskov, or for 1,340 rubles to Nizhny Novgorod. The flights to St. Petersburg, Petrozavodsk, Ufa, and Yekaterinburg are available for 1,500 rubles.
The most inexpensive destinations in June for Petersburgers were Arkhangelsk and Moscow, where a ticket will cost 1,500 rubles. In addition, citizens can fly to Kaliningrad for 2,500 rubles or Perm and Volgograd for 2,600 rubles. From Yekaterinburg, it is cheapest to go to Ufa (1,140 rubles). Flights to Magnitogorsk (from 1,360 rubles) and Khanty-Mansiysk (from 1,370 rubles) will cost a little more.
In June, it is profitable to fly from Krasnodar to Kaluga for 890 rubles, and also to Mineralnye Vody for 900 rubles. A trip to Kazan will cost from 1,000 rubles and to Moscow from 1,310 rubles. The cheapest way to get to Moscow from Sochi is 1,160 rubles. In addition, a flight to Mineralnye Vody, Rostov-on-Don, and Kazan costs less than 1,500 rubles.