Source Pravda.Ru

Tatarstsan Airline ticket prices tumble down after Boeing-737 crash

 

During the recent days, the price on airline tickets of Tatarstan Airline dropped almost tenfold. Currently, the cost of a ticket in business class from Kazan to Moscow is less than 2,500 rubles. Previously, the cost of such a ticket was 15,000 rubles. 

According to tour operators, passengers started to refuse from plane tickets for Tatarstan Airline on Monday morning, November 18, after the crash of Boeing 737 at the airport in Kazan. The tragedy claimed the lives of 50 people.

The basic version of the reason for the tragedy is said to be an error in piloting and a technical failure of the aircraft.

Do you think the airline will be able to restore its image after the tragedy in Kazan and fully compensate for its losses?

 

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