Vladivostok International Airport has set a record and checked-in the 2 millionth passenger
Vladivostok, November 28, 2017. Vladivostok International Airport reports servicing of the 2 millionth passenger on the Vladivostok-Tokyo flight by “S7 Airlines”. Natalya Stolbova, a citizen of Vladivostok who was flying to Melbourne through a Japanese city Tokyo, has become the owner of a lucky ticket.
They communicated the good news to the anniversary passenger at the time of the flight check-in. The airport and the air company representatives ceremoniously presented the passenger with memorable gifts and flowers.
The 2 millionth passenger also got a certificate for a year-round service support in the air harbor business lounges. The air company representatives gave the air traveler a gift of a free air travel ticket to any destination of the S7 route network and a model of a plane.
Natalya Stolbova, the anniversary passenger:
- It is very pleasant to become the 2 millionth passenger of Vladivostok Airport. This is the first time in my life when my air travel was marked by such unexpected and enjoyable news. I wish our airport progress and prosperity. I think that it is going to have the bright future and I will be glad to travel through the air gates of Primorye again and again.
Igor Lukishin, director general of Vladivostok International Airport:
- We have set a record this year, have serviced the 2 millionth passenger for the first time in Vladivostok International Airport history. This result has been achieved thanks to concerted efforts of the whole aviation enterprise staff and active cooperation with air companies. We will continue developing the route network and transfer technologies for the Far East residents to have an opportunity to fly in a wide range of directions.
Let us recall that Vladivostok International Airport is experiencing an active phase of development now. Since the beginning of 2016 there has been recorded a stable growth of performance characteristics in the air harbor of Primorye, and, according to the results of the last year, the air harbor of Primorye has become an absolute leader among airports of the Far East and Eastern Siberia in terms of passenger traffic.
As of today, the air harbor of Primorye offers the most multipath route network in the Far East of Russia and also unique directions and high frequency of flights on key international and domestic routes.