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Korean Air would like to open regular flights with Khabarovsk

Korean Air Company would like to open a regular air service with Khabarovsk. According to the press service of the regional administration, this was announced by the president of the airline Chi Chan Hung at a meeting with the head of the region Vyacheslav Shport.

The head of the air carrier pointed out that the intergovernmental agreement on air traffic, which establishes the rule of "one carrier", which can operate flights in the direction of one of the Russian cities, does not allow opening regular flights. The Korean "Asiana Airlines" already operates flights to Khabarovsk. Flights are also operated by Aurora.

“We expect that in the near future at the level of governments of states it will be decided to lift restrictions for our carriers. This will contribute to the further development of cooperation between the territories, the growth of tourist exchanges, and the inflow of investments, ”said Chi Chang Hung.

For his part, Vyacheslav Shport said that the increase in the number of airlines operating regular flights on the Khabarovsk-Seoul-Khabarovsk route will encourage competition, will help reduce air ticket prices, and improve the quality of passenger service. “The expediency of this step must be calculated taking into account the existing passenger flow. Taking into account the development of our friendly relations, as well as the popularity of tours to South Korea and increasing cooperation with the APR - we are confident that the flow of tourists will only increase, ”the head of the region emphasized. The government of the Khabarovsk Territory is ready to work on this issue with the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation.

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