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Japanese airline connected Tokyo and Vladivostok with a new flight

Japanese airline connected Tokyo and Vladivostok with a new flight
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Japanese airline All Nippon Airways has launched a direct flight linking Tokyo and Vladivostok. The flights will be regular, the first flight took place on March 16. 

According to the press service of the regional government, an agreement with the company was signed on Eastern Economic Forum in 2019... For the Japanese company, Vladivostok has become the 47th international airport of presence. For Primorye, All Nippon Airways has become the fifth air carrier ready to transport residents to Tokyo. 

Until April 1, Vladivostok-Tokyo flights will be operated twice a week: on Mondays and Fridays. After April 1, the number of flights will increase to three: a Wednesday departure will be added. Passengers will be delivered by Airbus with a capacity of 180 people.

According to the official website of the airline, the cost of departure from Vladivostok on Monday for the next week will be 185,7 US dollars (about 14 thousand rubles). At the same time, a flight on Friday will cost twice as much: 376,87 US dollars (about 28 thousand rubles).

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