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In Buryatia the regional small aviation actively develops

According to the Ministry of Transport of Buryatia 2014 year has become fruitful for the development of small aircraft in the region.

In 2014, PANH airline began flights to remote regions of the republic, where no one had flown for more than 20 years. Also, in addition to three Cessna aircraft, two more L-410 aircraft were purchased.

In addition, as strategic victories, Rosaviatsia's decision to build a new artificial runway at Ulan-Ude airport in return for the reconstruction of the old one is noted. For these purposes from the federal budget will be allocated 4 billion 970 million rubles.

Today, Buryatia aviation is flying to Irkutsk, Barguzin, Kurumkan, Ust-Barguzin, Oku, Kyren, Bagdarin, Nizhneangarsk, Sosnovo-Ozerskoe and Taksimo. Thus, the company has already entered the market of neighboring regions.

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