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"Knight" will put in Primorye aircraft cost 332,8 million rubles in late August - early September
On August 14, KSUAP Plastun-Avia signed an agreement for the supply of the first of the three aircraft to be purchased in Primorye, the press service of the head of the region said.
Based on the results of consideration of the request for proposals posted on the State Procurement website, Vityaz Aviation Corporation LLC from Moscow became the winner. The company will deliver a DHC-6 TwinOtter 400 aircraft to Primorye. The aircraft is new, it has not been used before. Its cost is 332,8 million rubles.
According to the director of Plastun-Avia Vitaly Yushin, the delivery time is no more than 30 days from the date of the contract. This means that the aircraft will arrive in Primorye in late August - early September.
DHC-6 Twin Otter 400 is a Canadian twin-engine aircraft. It has 19 seats. It has a shortened takeoff and landing and was designed specifically for passenger transportation on local airlines.
The Department of Industry and Transport of the Primorsky Territory reported that the purchased aircraft will be put on one of the routes operating in Primorye to the northern territories of the region.
Today, on the territory of the Primorsky Territory, intra-regional air transportation is carried out along the following route "Vladivostok - Plastun - Vladivostok" and three routes in the Terneisky district.
Let us remind you that on August 11 Plastun-Avia announced a request for proposals for the right to conclude an agreement for the supply of a second aircraft. This information is posted on the State Procurement website.
According to the terms of reference, the second plane, like the first, should be able to land on unpaved and concrete landing sites. Its maximum takeoff weight is from 5 to 670 kilograms. The price of the aircraft will be determined based on the results of the request for proposals.
In total, in Primorye, by order of the head of the region, Vladimir Miklushevsky, five aircraft are being purchased - three aircraft and two helicopters for medical aviation. All aircraft will arrive in the region in 2014-2015.
According to the head of the Primorsky Territory, Vladimir Miklushevsky, the development of small aircraft is a very significant direction for the region.
“There are settlements in the region that can be reached only by air. This means that we will develop and support small aircraft so that residents of remote villages do not feel cut off from civilization, "the head of Primorye emphasizes.