Over the last year, it has progressed quite impressively, from a pathetic useless piece of crap hastily slapped together in Tilda to a professionally developed web site, well adapted both to desktop and to mobile screens. I was surprised to see that they have the bem-naming library among its list of dependencies. Does it suggest that they have (ex)-Yandexers on their team?
Only they must have some interns on the team as well, because someone had a bright idea to embed a flights timetable directly into the main html page, although it is supposed to be shown in a popup. Or was supposed to — I couldn't even find a button that would bring up the popup with the timetable. The timetable is huge and results in a whopping 30-plus kilobytes of html:
Could have easily been spotted had they been monitoring their web performance metrics.