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The number of subsidized flights from Chita to Ulan-Ude doubled
The number of subsidized flights from Chita to Ulan-Ude will double compared to last year. Since February 4, the frequency of flights has increased to four flights a week.
According to the press service of the Trans-Baikal government, Siberian Light Aviation (SILA) airline decided to increase the number of flights due to the demand for the destination. Since February, flights from Chita to Ulan-Ude have been carried out four times a week: on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. Now negotiations are underway with the carrier to increase the frequency of flights in the summer to daily.
Flights operate on the An-28 and L-410. The plane arrives in Chita at 13:00, and flies to Ulan-Ude at 13:30.