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"Aurora" successfully fulfills its main task - the development of intraregional and interregional transport in the Far East
Aurora Airlines has summed up the results of its production activities for 2014. From January to December, 1 people used Aurora's services. At the same time, the passenger traffic on flights within the Russian Federation amounted to more than 050%.
Aurora actively developed its route network in the Far Eastern region. Despite the relatively recently launched intraregional transportation program, in 2014 the airline carried almost 60 thousand people on regional flights. Thus, Aurora is successfully fulfilling its main task - the development of intraregional and interregional transportation on Sakhalin, in Primorye and the Far East.
Total 2014 year was 12 801 flight. Passenger turnover was 1 744,8 million passenger kilometers. The occupancy rate of passenger seats was 75,1%.
The active development of the route network in 2014 made it possible to operate flights on a regular basis on international routes to Seoul, Busan, Harbin, Dalian, Beijing, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Sapporo. Domestic routes of the airline are represented by routes to the following cities: Khabarovsk, Vladivostok, Magadan, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Krasnoyarsk. Also, Aurora Airlines' aircraft perform regular socially significant flights on local air lines within the Sakhalin Region to Okha, Shakhtersk, Yuzhno-Kurilsk and Iturup. In December 2014, Aurora Airlines began performing regional transportation - flights from Vladivostok to remote, sparsely populated points in Primorsky Krai: Kavalerovo, Plastun, Terney, Amgu, Svetlaya, Samarga and Edinka.
Last year, the Aurora aircraft fleet was updated: in 2014, the airline commissioned three Airbus A319s, one Boeing 737 and two DHC-6 TwinOtters. Currently, the Aurora aircraft fleet includes 17 foreign medium-range aircraft (six Airbus A319, five Boeing-737, six DHC-8) and two intraregional aircraft of the DHC-6 type.