Aeroflot subsidiary Aurora Airline plans to increase the number of international services from Vladivostok in the IATA 2015 summer season, despite the downturn in Russia’s international passenger traffic. The carrier will launch 6X-weekly flights to Dalian and 2X-weekly services to Harbin in China. The carrier’s international network from Vladivostok also includes daily Seoul service, 4X-weekly Busan service, 2X-weekly Hong Kong and a weekly Beijing service. Aurora, which is ...

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