There's something rather eerie about the idea of a holiday in Stalin-era Russia.
Poster from the Boston Public Library Flickr Set here.
Presumably people did, as well as Reuters reporters like Ian Fleming arriving to cover things like the Metro-Vickers' show trial of 1933.
The aircraft, a generic type not uncommon in advertising, looks like a rough approximation of a German Junkers type crossed with a Dutch Fokker. Junkers was one of the aircraft companies the Germans had working in Russia when they were prevented from building them in Germany by the Versailles Treaty. Seemed like a good idea at the time, but I think it was an arrangement both the Russians and Germans later came to regret.