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Statistics: where people travel from Moscow after the January holidays

Statistics: where people travel from Moscow after the January holidays

CrimeaPRESS reports:

They say the best rest is the one after which you need a second rest. Travel service analysts tutu found out where they went and will go from Moscow after the January holidays. Among the most popular Russian cities are St. Petersburg, Sochi, Rostov-on-Don, and among foreign cities are Yerevan, Tashkent, Baku and Minsk.

The majority of flights for the period from January 9 to February 1 from Moscow are planned for domestic Russian destinations — 77.1%. Overseas flights account for 22.9% of airfare bookings. Among the most popular cities are St. Petersburg, Sochi, Yekaterinburg, Kaliningrad, Makhachkala. The share of passengers to the Northern capital is 8.9%, to Sochi – 7.7%, to Ekaterinburg – 4.6%, to Kaliningrad – 4.4%, to Makhachkala – 3.9%.

Air tickets to Mineralnye Vody (3.8%), Novosibirsk (3.4%), Murmansk (3.3%), Samara (3.2%) and Ufa (2.7%) are also in demand.

The top 5 foreign air routes from the capital after the January holidays include Armenia, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan and Belarus. The share of passengers to Yerevan and Tashkent is 9.5% each, to Baku – 7.9%, to Dushanbe – 6.7%, to Minsk – 6.1%.

Tutu analysts note that over the year the number of travelers who use the booking service has increased — it allows you to fix the price of an air ticket. They also buy tickets with the possibility of a 100% refund if the trip suddenly has to be rescheduled.

By train, 96.4% of trips from Moscow are also planned within the country, only 3.6% — abroad. The most popular destinations are St. Petersburg, Rostov-on-Don, Nizhny Novgorod, Voronezh, Simferopol. The share of passengers to St. Petersburg is 17%, to Rostov-on-Don – 4.3%, to Nizhny Novgorod – 3.3%, to Voronezh and Simferopol – 3.2% each.

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Also in demand are train tickets from Moscow to Yaroslavl (2.5%), Krasnodar (2.4%), Bryansk (2.2%), Belgorod and Kazan (1.9% each). People often travel abroad to Belarusian cities: Minsk, Brest, Orsha, Gomel.

According to tutu analysts, in 2023, the number of train ticket buyers in the application increased by 32%, and the share of purchased train tickets increased by 27%. Travelers are also increasingly looking at train reviews and ratings before deciding to buy a ticket. The number of users who issue a train ticket in advance and pay for it later has also increased.

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