Aurora increased its flight capacity for 21% within five months of 2016
«Aurora’s stable operations evidence its development. The increase of results of our operational program is conditioned by development of route network. From the beginning of 2015, three flights from Khabarovsk have been launched to Blagoveschensk, Okha and Neryungri, and one flight from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk to Blagoveschensk. Aurora’s baggage capacity has been increased this year due to purchase of two Airbus A319 and three DHC-8 Q400 aircrafts», - says Aurora’s General Director, Konstantin Sukhorebrik.
Aurora Airlines has been established in 2013 by Aeroflot based on Decree of Russian Government. It is a member of Aeroflot group. Now Aurora’s fleet consists of 21 aircrafts: ten Airbus А319 aircrafts, nine DHC-8 aircrafts and two regional DHC-6 aircrafts. Aurora is certified by IOSA. It performs regular international flights to the following destinations: Seoul, Pusan, Harbin, Dalian, Beijing, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Sapporo. Interregional flights are performed by Aurora to/from the following cities: Khabarovsk, Vladivostok, Magadan, Yakutsk, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Novosibyrsk, Irkutsk, Krasnoyarks, Blagoveschensk, Neryungri. Aurora also performs regular regional flights to villages and cities of Sakhalin and Primorskiy Region.