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In the sky of the Khabarovsk Territory two new aircraft will appear

Next year, two new aircraft of the Czech assembly will appear in the fleet of small aircraft of the Khabarovsk Territory. The corresponding order was given by the governor Vyacheslav Shport. Aircraft should appear on the air lines next year. This was announced by Deputy Minister of Industry and Transport of the region Sergey Voronin.

The Krai already operates three similar twin-engine vessels. L-410, nicknamed "Cheburashki" for their outward resemblance to a cartoon character, were acquired as part of the transport system development program.

“Three cars fly under full load. We put them on the most intense directions. In particular, to Sovetskaya Gavan. We know that there is a free port economic zone, that there are a lot of organizations that work there, and, of course, saving time is important for them. We put a board there, which runs 5 times a week, always with a 100% load. And one more direction is Komsomolsk-on-Amur, ”said Sergey Voronin.

According to the Deputy Minister, the new planes ensure the comfort and safety of passengers, as well as reduce travel time. From an economic point of view, the operation of Cheburashkas is more profitable due to fuel economy than the An-24 and Yak-40 flights, which spend 1,2 tons of expensive aviation kerosene per flight.

In addition, since August 28, regular flights have opened on the route Khabarovsk - Komsomolsk-on-Amur - Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, which also use Czech "twin-engine" aircraft.

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