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A new direct flight will connect Chukotka and Yakutsk

A new direct flight will connect Chukotka and Yakutsk
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Subsidized flights are now available on the Pevek - Yakutsk route. Sales for the new flight began on May 9th.

According to the press service of the Chukotka government, passengers will use the new route for flights to the central and Far Eastern regions while the runways at Pevek airport are being reconstructed. In addition, according to Chukotka Governor Roman Kopin, the flight will be able to expand the route network and attract new carriers. After the renovation of the airport, residents of Chukotka will be able to fly more and not depend on the weather thanks to modern runway lighting.

You can buy tickets online. At the box office, sales are available only to residents of Chukotka who have been registered for more than six months in the region. When buying a ticket on the Pevek - Yakutsk route, the cost will be about 13 thousand rubles, and if the route is extended to Moscow, the cost of the flight will be 20 thousand rubles. Departures are available on Fridays and Saturdays from June 5th.
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