Source Pravda.Ru

Air Service To Yuzhno-sakhalinsk, Which Bad Weather Broke Off For 24 Hours, Goes On Again

On Wednesday night air service to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk has been resumed, RIA Novosti was told at the Civil Aviation State Service of the Russian Transport Ministry. Air communication with Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk "was interrupted for almost 24 hours because of unusually strong snowfalls and wind", said the Civil Aviation Service. On Wednesday the first flight from Khabarovsk will arrive to this city in the Sakhalin island. The first passengers from the island will arrive to the mainland by planes bound for to Vladivostok, Khabarovsk and Krasnodar. "Maritime ferry service on the Kholmsk-Vanino line, which also was interrupted 24 hours ago, will resume its work later. The sea is still restless", said the Russian Transport Ministry.

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