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Another airline canceled flights from Far Eastern Federal District to China

Another airline canceled flights from Far Eastern Federal District to China
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Starting from February 1, Aurora Airlines canceled flights from Khabarovsk to Harbin and from Vladivostok to Beijing. The cause was an outbreak of coronavirus in China.

Flights will resume after the decision of the Russian government on the safety of visiting Chinese cities. According to the press service of the airline, passengers will be allowed to return tickets without charging fines, or to reissue them for new departure dates no later than March 31, inclusive.

Passengers who planned to leave for Harbin or fly out of it are offered to replace the departure point for Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong with Aeroflot flights via Moscow.

Earlier, the airline refused flights from Vladivostok to Chinese cities NordStar and 9Airand Pegas fly. From Khabarovsk until February 16, all charter flights to Chinese cities were canceled.

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