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The new owners of Vladivostok airport intend to use all the preferences for the development of the route network

The management of the Vladivostok International Airport OJSC has come up with an initiative to the federal authorities to give Vladivostok the status of a city, to which there are no restrictions on flights.

“It is a matter of granting commercial rights to foreign airlines without any restrictions on international air transportation within the framework of 3 and 4 th air freedoms between Vladivostok and the airports of the APEC region”, - Interfax reports.

Currently, the airport has no restrictions on flights of foreign airlines, including flights on the 5 th “air freedom” - the Russian Direct Investment Fund announced last week together with Changi and Basic Element was announced the winner of the tender for the purchase of a stake in MAV OJSC ".

“The consortium intends to make full use of this and other airport preferences in order to develop the route network. It should be noted that the reduction of visa and other restrictions will certainly have a positive impact on the volume of traffic ", - Explained in the press service of the RDIF.

According to EastRussia, the actual transfer of the airport to the consortium Cantua Investment Limited (RDIF, Changi and Basic Element) has not yet been carried out.

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