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In Primorye, air traffic will be established around the edge
In Primorye, it is planned to introduce several new air routes in order to establish communication between different areas. Now in remote corners of the region, preparation of landing sites began. Workers carry out clearance, rolling and grading in Amga, Agzu, Edinke, Kavalerovo, Maksimovka, Plastun, Terney, Samarga, Svetly and Sobolevka.
As RIA Vostok-Media previously reported, in mid-August the regional state unitary aviation enterprise Plastun-Avia signed two contracts for the supply of aircraft for passenger traffic. The cost of the first aircraft was 332,8 million rubles, the second aircraft cost almost 340 million rubles. Since August 28, the authorities of Primorye have also launched a new route from Dalnerechensk to Samarga. It is planned to purchase one more aircraft and two helicopters for the needs of small aviation in the region. According to Vitaly Yushin, director of Plastun-Avia, in connection with the growth of the dollar, it will be more profitable to purchase equipment for flights as soon as possible.
According to the Primorskaya Gazeta, it is planned that in the future airfields will appear in all districts of the region. Already, 13 sites are ready to receive aircraft, by the end of next year their number will increase to 22. According to the plan, workers must put in order the airspace in the villages of Vostok-2, Olga and Transformation. The possibility of air transportation to Arsenyev, Dalnegorsk, Khasansky district and in the south of Primorye is being considered. The DHC-6TwinOtter aircraft, purchased first, will initially fly along the Vladivostok-Kavalerovo-Plastun route and back. The second plane will also be used for communication with the northern part of Primorye. For the third, not yet purchased aircraft in the coastal department of industry and transport, a flight map and schedule are already being developed.