Meanwhile, Biblio-Globus, a consolidator of the second VIM-avia charter program, also decided to provide meals on board, although the Travel Company did not have complains from tourists. Thus, Alexander Tugolukov, General Director of Biblio-Globus, said, ‘Initially, we planned to operate flights to Larnaka without meals on board in order to minimize tour operators expenses in the low season. At the moment the tourist flow to Cyprus is increasing and the destination will be in demand in the Russian market until November’.
A propos, at the beginning of May VIM-avia delayed several flights to Larnaka owing the shortage of aircraft that provoked rumors that the Airline will not operate morning flights to Cyprus as it was planned but will fly at less convenient time. However, Mikhail Gribkov said that the Airline guarantee the consolidators morning flights to Larnaka.