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Daegu Airport to Service flights to Khabarovsk, Russia Starting July

Starting July, Daegu International Airport will service flights to Khabarovsk, Russia, following the addition of a Daegu - Vladivostok flight back in April of this year. The new flights to Khabarovsk, the administrative center of the Russian Far East will further strengthen personal and material exchanges between the two cities.

According to Daegu City's announcement on May 29, the addition of Daegu International Airport's flights to Khabarovsk, Russia brings the airport's total number of routes to 20 (3 domestic and 17 international).

The flights to Khabarovsk will begin July 2, 3 times a week (Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays), in a 189-passenger Boeing 737-800. The flight time is about 3 hours and 20 minutes.

The flights will take off from Daegu at 10:50 p.m., and 4 a.m. from Khabarovsk.

Daegu International Airport is the 3rd airport in Korea to service flights to Khabarovsk after Incheon International Airport and Gimhae Airport. Daegu is the first local airport in Korea to offer flights to Khabarovsk.

In July, the airport will also offer its Daegu - Vladivostok flights every day, previously operated 3 times a week, and the increased service is expected to have positive synergy effects on the region's economy, tourism industry, medical industry and other areas.

Since 2014, the administrative center of Russia's Far East, Khabarovsk, has been the focal point of development as Russia's "Leading Social Economic Development Zone in the Far East."

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Source: Newsis (May 29, 2018)

** This article was translated from Korean.