You can now fly to Russia for £13 (but there’s a catch)

Russia just became more affordable for British travellers, with Wizz Air today launching budget flights from the UK to St Petersburg and Moscow.

The flights, starting from £12.99 one-way, will operate daily from London Luton Airport to Moscow’s Vnukovo International Airport and Pulkovo Airport in St Petersburg.

The new routes mark a considerable drop in the price of travelling between the UK and Russia. The cheapest flights available in November 2019 from London Heathrow to Moscow cost £243 return with British Airways.

The cheapest flights from London Gatwick to St Petersburg in November 2019 will set you back £153, flying with Aeroflot.

At a starting price of £12.99 each way, a return ticket…

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