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Charter flights between Japan and Kamchatka will open in July

According to the head of the Russian company Irina Sedova, as a result of the agreement reached between Japan Air Travel Marketing, which promotes tours to Russia, and Kamchatintour, which is the host country on the peninsula, charter flights between Japan and Kamchatka will open in July, reports Tass.

Flights will be operated from July 8 to August 16, twice a week.

Sedova noted that Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft with a capacity of up to 100 people will fly on these routes.

"According to preliminary calculations, at least 700 Japanese residents should arrive in Kamchatka this year by charter planes. And at least 120 people will go from the peninsula to the Land of the Rising Sun," the head of the company said.

It also became known that the issue of the implementation of this summer charter service between Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Anchorage (Alaska) has been almost resolved. According to preliminary data, flights will be operated from July to the end of August.

In 2014, Kamchatka was visited by 14,5 thousands of tourists, and during 2013 a year - 11,5 thousands of tourists. Mostly come from the United States, Japan and Canada.

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