Vladivostok International Airport (VVO) in the Russian Far East has transferred flights from the old Terminal B to the recently opened Terminal A. The 47,500 sq. m. terminal, which represents a RUB6.3 billion ($196 million) investment, can handle 1,360 passengers per hr., or 3.5 million per year. It is designed to simultaneously handle 70% domestic passengers and 30% international passengers. The new terminal, which began construction in August 2009, was built to accommodate the ...

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