Friday, June 2, 2023

Indonesia Planning Direct Flights to Russia’s Far East

Indonesia is planning to launch direct flights from Jakarta to Vladivostok, with transit routes on to different main Russian journey locations

Vladivostok, together with Khabarovsk, is certainly one of two largest cities in Russia’s Far East, and a serious maritime port on the Sea of Japan. It’s positioned 45km from the border with China.

In response to the newest reviews, Indonesia is now planning to launch direct passenger air service from Jakarta to Vladivostok, with transit routes on to different main journey locations within the Russian Federation.

“We’ll open direct air visitors (to Russia’s Far East) with Jakarta,” Berlian Helmi, deputy mission chief at Indonesia’s embassy in Russia stated in yesterday’s interview to Russian media.

“First, we’ll open a flight between Jakarta and Vladivostok, then by way of Vladivostok to Moscow, Bashkortostan, Nizhny Novgorod and Tomsk,” Indonesian diplomat added.

Indonesia is launching the flight as a result of “Russia is now trying to the East, so we’re additionally trying in direction of Russia,” Helmi stated.

In response to Mr. Helmi, all of the essentially agreements with the Russian aspect have already been reached and Indonesia is able to start flights to Vladivostok as quickly because the native airport confirms that it’s ready to just accept them.

Jakarta and Vladivostok are separated by some 3,700 miles (6,000km), whereas the gap between the Indonesian capital and Moscow is greater than 5,600 miles (9,000km).

Russia additionally restored its air hyperlinks with Georgia, that it suspended in the summertime of 2019, as a retaliation for anti-Russian protests in Georgia’s capital metropolis of Tbilisi. Few days in the past, nevertheless, Russian dictator Putin signed decrees that ended the flight ban and visa regime with Georgia.

First Russian airplane in 4 years landed in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi yesterday and its arrival was met by anti-Russia protesters on the airport.

Additionally, in response to Russian authorities officers, passenger air visitors between Russia and Cuba would resume starting July 1, 2023.

Russia’s Aeroflot is initially planning to launch two flights every week to the Cuban resort of Varadero.

Flights between Russia and Cuba had been halted after the launch of Russia’s unprovoked brutal full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022.

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