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Aircraft purchased for air transportation in the Primorsky Territory will be operated by the airline "Aurora"

Avrora Airlines (Aeroflot subsidiary) will operate the first of two DHC-6 TwinOtter-400 aircraft purchased for intra-regional passenger air transportation in the Primorsky Territory.

From the messages from the procurement site, it is clear that the regional state unitary aviation enterprise (KSUAP) Plastun-Avia has recognized Avrora Airlines as the winner of the request for proposals for the provision of services for the maintenance and maintenance of the DHC-6 Series-400 Twin Otter aircraft (factory No. 881).

"Aurora" is the only participant in the tender. She offered to perform services at the highest possible price - 82,456 million rubles.

The agreement is valid for 31 December 2014 year.

Flights of the DHC-6 on regular routes will begin within a week - the Primorsky Territory Department of Industry and Transport reported.

At the first stage, the aircraft will fly along the Vladivostok - Kavalerovo - Plastun - Terney route.

The cost of the flight from Vladivostok to Kavalerovo will be 990 rubles, from Kavalerovo to Plastun - 480 rubles.

Flights will be carried out once a week - on Mondays.

As a result of two tenders, Vityaz Aviation Corporation LLC (Moscow) supplied Primorye with two Canadian twin-engine DHC-6 TwinOtter-400 aircraft for RUB 340,441 million and RUB 332,895 million. Both aircraft will be delivered to one of the routes in Primorye to the northern territories of the region.

KGUAP "Plastun-Avia" is registered in the town. Plastun (Terneisky District, Primorsky Territory) for servicing socially significant air transportation to remote settlements of Primorsky Territory, equated to the regions of the Far North.

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