Flights to Alaska and to Japan from Kamchatka will resume in July 2016

PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, December 22. /Corr. Elena Vereshchaka/. Flights from Kamchatka to the city of anchorage, Alaska and to Tokyo and Osaka will be renewed in July 2016. Transportation to be provided by the company “Yakutia”. About it. said the head of the company “Kamchatintur”, which is engaged in the sale of tickets in these areas, Irina Sedova.

“Flights on route Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky – anchorage will be carried out in the period from 11 July to 30 August 2016. The cheapest ticket for round-trip costs between $1 thousand,” – said Sedov.

According to her, flights between Kamchatka and Alaska will be operated once a week. Just in terms of seven.

On July 3, from Kamchatka begins operations in two cities of Japan – Tokyo and Osaka.

“According to the preliminary schedule will be made two flights on the route Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky-Osaka on 3 and 10 July. Six flights will be performed on a route Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky-Tokyo in the period from 16 July to 17 August,” the source said.

She said that while the airline has not provided the calculation of the cost of tickets to these destinations. However, it is known that the flights will be performed on the Sukhoi Superjet 100, designed for simultaneous accommodation for up to 100 passengers.

“According to our calculations, these flights to visit Kamchatka will be able to use about 800 residents in Japan,” – said Sedov.

Here they will offer different types of travel. But, as a rule, the inhabitants of Japan, the greatest demand is for so-called Botanical tours, which include not only sightseeing, but also the acquaintance with flora of Kamchatka.

Earlier it was informed that the government of Kamchatskiy Krai in 2015 held a series of negotiations with airlines and tour companies operating in South Korea and China. The Russian side proposed to consider the question of organizing direct air communication with the Peninsula. In 2015 Kamchatka was visited by about 66 thousand tourists, of which more than 13 thousand – foreigners.