The first flights were maximally loaded. Russians have the opportunity to leave for Turkish resorts on the next weekends, free seats on charter flights are still available. But this situation will not last long, the ATOR said.
At Pegas Touristik believe that it will take a week to drive the Turkish destination, demand will grow dynamically and explosive sales growth is possible in mid-August. Therefore, representatives of the tour operator advise tourists to think and buy a trip to Turkey if they plan to rest there in the autumn, BTA reports.
Experts from the Anex Tour predict that in the near two or three weeks demand in this direction will become more planned and sales indicators will return to the typical volumes for this time of year.
Yesterday Russia resumed plane links with Turkey's resort towns, which were severed due to the pandemic in late March. Flights to Turkey have from Moscow, St. Petersburg and Rostov-on-Don.
Tour operators expect sharp spike in demand for holidays in Turkey among Russians
Tour operators expect a recovery of last year's sales of tours in Turkey in mid-August, according to the Association of Tour Operators of Russia /ATOR/, TASS reported.tags:
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