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Korean airlines plan to fly to Sakhalin

Korean airlines plan to fly to Sakhalin
Photo: sakhalin.gov.ru

Representatives of two Korean airlines are considering the possibility of launching charter and regular flights to Sakhalin. They arrived in the region to get acquainted with the airport infrastructure of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and evaluate the tourist attractiveness of the region.

According to the press service of the regional government, Jeju Air and Jin Air are interested in the Sakhalin direction. The first of them has 25 Boeing 737-800 airliners and serves almost 30 routes. In 2017, she opened the Sale-Vladivostok flight.

The second carrier is a subsidiary of Korean Air. It carries out budget flights on five domestic and 22 cross-border lines. He is going to enter Russia for the first time and is considering the Sakhalin Oblast for this.

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