9 Air - Low-cost Chinese carrier launches flights to Vladivostok
9 Air – Chinese low-cost carrier (LCC) has launched its flights to Vladivostok airport. This city is located at the eastern coast of Russia and will also serve the neighboring Pomorye district. On January 13, the LCC bring to use a Boeing 737-800 and operated its first flight of the three-weekly service to Vladivostok from Yiwu. Yiwu has gotten a universal community for retail exchange and situated in the south-eastern Chinese region of Zhejiang.
9 Air is based at Guangzhou’s Baiyun International Airport and is a subordinate of Juneyao Airlines, one more Chinese budget carrier. The fleet operated by 9 Air includes a 20-atrong all-Boeing 737 and B7373 MAX aircraft. The route network of LLC extends basically across China yet additionally remembers worldwide goals for Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia and Japan. The only destination of LLC in Russia is Vladivostok.
The Asian Flow
As indicated by Vladivostok airport, China is among the favored travel goals for various Russians living in the area. In 2019, Yiwu has become the tenth Chinese goal in the Russian network of airports and traffic on flights to China expanded by seven percent. Last year in its promotional endeavors, Vladivostok choose China as its priority which brought about three new clients of Chinese airline in Beijing Capital Airline, Juneyao Airlines and Chengdu Airlines and China Southern, which has continued recently suspended services to the Russian air terminal. In the current year's winter plan are the three Chinese carriers of 9 Air, Chengdu Airlines and Cathay Pacific.
In October 2019, Chengdu Airlines began flights by utilizing the Chinese built regional Comac ARJ21 – 700 jet, between Harbin and Vladivostok.
Vladivostok air terminal is additionally encountering traveler traffic development at other Asian goals, basically in Japan and South Korea, just as in the more extensive Asia Pacific district. Probably the biggest carrier – All Nippon Airways (ANA) – has declared schedules to begin serving Vladivostok in March 2020. Comparative expectations have been shown by South Korean LCC Air Seoul (auxiliary of Asiana Airlines).
In 2019, without precedent for its history, Vladivostok's traffic surpassed 3 million travelers (up from 2.6 million out of 2018).