Articles Tagged ‘VVO’
t’way air introduces new link from Daegu to Vladivostok.
Aeroflot adds four new domestic routes, and five new European sectors from four different Russian airports.
China Southern Airlines connects Harbin to Vladivostok, and Shenzhen to Ho Chi Minh City.
Pyongyang’s capacity goes unchanged for four years; Beijing is North Korea’s biggest route for the last 10 years (and possibly forever)
Even the world’s most secretive of nations still have flights to the outside world. Routes means data. Data means something for our elves to scour. anna.aero pulls back the curtain on the trends emanating from the less than dynamic, but still highly interesting, North Korean market.
Yakutia Airlines starts its first flights to Niigata and second flight to Tokyo Narita.
China Southern Airlines makes Yanji its third connection to Vladivostok, joining existing flights from Dalian and Shenyang.
Uzbekistan Airways adds new weekly flights to Singapore, Vladivostok and Volgograd.
Transaero Airlines launches five weekly services from Moscow Vnukovo Airport to Vladivostok Airport.
Vladivostok Air reinstates daily flights connecting Russian Vladivostok and Novosibirsk airports.
Asiana Airlines now flies from Seoul Incheon Airport to Vladivostok in Russia and from Busan to Okinawa.
Vladivostok Air launches new route from Vladivostok to Blagoveshchensk in the Amur Region.
Yakutia Airlines starts flying from Krasnodar to Munich and via Ekaterinburg to Vladivostok.