Regular flights from Vladivostok to China will resume this week after a three-year break.
The first flight to Harbin is scheduled for the nearest Sunday, March 26, and a connection with Beijing will open on March 28.
“Vladivostok Airport, together with Avrora Airlines, is resuming flights to China. On March 26, the first flight to Harbin will take place, which will operate three times a week. And on March 28, the same airline will begin flying to Beijing, also three times a week.” – said the press service.
They added that regular flights to Beijing were suspended in February 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Prior to it, flights from Vladivostok to Beijing were operated by three airlines – Aurora, S7 Airlines, and Ural Airlines with a total frequency of seven times a week.