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Blagoveshchensk Airport in 2017g repeated the record of passenger traffic 20-years ago - EastRussia | Far East






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Blagoveshchensk Airport in 2017g repeated the record of passenger traffic 20-year-old

The passenger traffic of the airport "Ignatyevo" in Blagoveshchensk last year amounted to 405 thousand people, which is the maximum value for the last 20 years, the press service of the Ministry of Regional Development said on Tuesday. Including international terminal missed almost 60 thousand passengers.

"Throughout the year, the company carried out extensive work to preserve and develop the airport's route network, as well as attract new air carriers. As a result, regular year-round flights are maintained to Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. Airlines "Saratov Airlines" and "IrAero" opened new flights to Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk and Vladivostok ", - the comment of the director of the airport Valery Schlegel is given in the message. As reported, in 2017 year the year-round program of charter international transport from Blagoveshchensk to Thailand was renewed. During the summer period, direct flights to Seoul and Chinese Beidaihe are organized. Also, the growth in passenger traffic was facilitated by the implementation in the region of a number of large projects, including the development of the Vostochny cosmodrome, the construction of the Amursky GPP, the Siberia-Siberia gas pipeline, and the cross-border bridge across the Amur.

The authorities of the Amur Region in 2018 expect a further increase in passenger traffic - including, due to the expansion of the simplified regime of entry into the Russian Federation to all international airports of the Far East.