15.06.2015 ORENAIR launches a unique flight program from China to Russia|
ORENAIR, member of the Group of companies "Aeroflot", launches a unique flight program from China to Moscow. The flights will be operated from three Chinese administrative center of Kunming, Changsha and Nanjing in the capital of Russia. Earlier flights to Moscow from these Chinese cities was carried out.
First flight on long-haul Boeing 777-200 ER was held on 10 June for the route Kunming to Moscow with absolute download. On Board the passengers were offered hot dishes of European and Chinese destinations to choose from. The characteristics of the diet of a large number of green tea and the lack of popular among Russian passengers of tomato juice.
On 11 June, the airline carried out a similar trip from the administrative center of Changsha, June 14, will be made the first flight from Nanking / Nanjing. Flights from China are planned on a weekly basis until the end of October 2015.
"Currently many Russian airlines have formed an overabundance of cargo capacity, so big the Chinese market is of interest to us. In tu, for Chinese tourists and tour operators services we offer and the experience is a great opportunity for the development of outbound tourism in the Chinese regions", - said General Director of ORENAIR Viktor Petrovich Zyukin.
Kunming (春城) or "city of eteal spring" is located in the southwest of China. A population of over 6 million people In the city has several universities, museums, art galleries, and the famous bronze temple, built during the Ming dynasty.
Nanjing (南京, Nánjīng) — the former capital of China, a port in the lower reaches of the Yangtze river, the capital of Jiangsu province. Located in the Easte part of the country, 260 km North-West of Shanghai. A major center of industry and culture. With a population of about 10 million people.
Changsha (长沙, Chángshā) is an urban district in Hunan province of China, located on the Xiang river. It has a population of about 10 million people. Included in the historical Golden Triangle Janjalani".