One-way tickets sold out in Russia after partial mobilization announced. Destinations are “safe” countries that do not require a visa.
According to Reuters, there are no more tickets to Yerevan and Istanbul, where you can fly without a visa. They are also sold out on some routes with intermediate landings, including from the Russian capital to Tbilisi, writes CNN Greece.
Google Trends data shows an increase in search queries for Aviasales, Russia’s most popular ticketing site. His data and testify to the absence of tickets.
It is also worth noting that today’s cheapest flights from Moscow to Dubai now cost more than 300,000 rubles, or about $5,000, which is 5 times the average salary in the country.