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Two coastal airfields ready to receive Canadian aircraft

In Primorsky Krai, a meeting was held on the readiness of the region for passenger transportation on Canadian airplanes DHC-6. Particular attention was paid to the construction of air terminals. This was reported in the press service of the regional administration.

Six crews of two and one additional pilot have already been trained for flights on modern types of aircraft. A test flight has already been carried out along the Vladivostok - Plastun - Vladivostok route. The aircraft will be serviced by specially trained technical personnel. Now the "Canadians" can be received by airports in Kavalerovo and Plastun, but soon the residents of Agzu, Ust-Sobolevka, Edinka, Samarga, Terney, Maksimovka and other remote villages will have the opportunity to fly on them. In the future, it is planned to cover the routes of Olginsky, Khasansky, Khankaisky, Dalnerechensky, Lazovsky districts, as well as the village of Vostok-2.

At the meeting, it was decided to build in all settlements where air traffic, buildings for passengers operate. Repair of the air terminal in Kavalerovo will begin next year.

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