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The first "striped flight" flew out of Vladivostok
On August 22, the first "tiger flight" started from the Vladivostok international airport. An Airbus A319, purchased the day before by the Aurora airline, with the Amur Tiger Center logo on board, flew Vladivostok - Khabarovsk - Magadan. During the flight, the flight attendants will tell the passengers about this animal, which is listed in the Red Book, and the smallest travelers will be presented with tiger prizes. Tomorrow the new aircraft will fly from Vladivostok to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. It is planned that the acquired Airbus A319 will soon operate regular flights throughout the airline's route network.
"Striped Flights" is a joint action of the air carrier and the Amur Tiger Research Center. Its goal is to attract the public to preserve the population of the rarest animals. According to Alexandra Vishnevskaya, director of the Amur Tiger Center ANO, "not all passengers who use the airline's services and arrive in the Far East know that this is the home of the Amur tiger, which is listed in the Red Book of the Russian Federation and needs our protection."
As RIA Vostok-Media reported earlier, since the beginning of July, with the support of the Amur Tiger Center, a student detachment has been created, which is developing the territory of the Sikhote-Alin Reserve. Young specialists not only make an ecological path, but also study animals in the immediate territory of their habitat.