The Air Force Day was celebrated in Vladivostok International Airport
August 18, 2017, - The events on the Air Force Day were held in Vladivostok International Airport. Passengers and guests of the airport became the participants of a holiday campaign.
Since the very morning a holiday atmosphere reigned in the airport terminal. Unusual two-meter-high entertainers were welcoming passengers and guests of the airport. In white suits, with ribbons in hands, they were creating a holiday and light spirit and all those wishing could take a souvenir photo.
Children's painting competition “Creative Flight” was organized for small passengers and guests of the airport. Children were painting planes, sky, airport on the asphalt. Passengers received sweet presents from the company at check-in desks. A photo zone where airport guests took souvenir pictures was opened on the ground floor of the airport terminal.
Evgeny Bogdanov, passenger of Vladivostok-Moscow flight:
- We are leaving in high feather. Vladivostok airport will stick in memory by its hospitality! A photo zone is very bright – we took souvenir pictures with great pleasure. Children are very glad – sweets, contests, gifts. We congratulate airport personnel with professional holiday and wish open sky!
“VVO Mail” was also operating in the terminal. Passengers had a unique chance to sign post cards with image of the airport and send them anywhere in the world.
In sterile area of internal airlines passengers and guests got acquainted with the best photos of aircraft spotters. A subject-matter photo exhibition “Aviation Planet” is available for all those who love aviation.
A photo report of this celebration event will be available on airport website and in official accounts of Vladivostok International Airport.
About Vladivostok International Airport
Vladivostok International Airport (http://vvo.aero/) was founded in 1932. The airport is one of the leaders among the Russian Far East and Siberia airports in terms of passenger served. In 2016 the airport provided services to more than 1.8 mln passengers. Its destinations network includes 45 routes operated by 18 Russian and foreign airlines. The level of comfort in its new terminal with capacity of 3.5 mln passengers corresponds to IATA Standard “C”. In February 2017 a consortium of investors consisting of Basic Element, Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and Changi Airports International closed the deal for acquisition of 52.16 percent of shares of JSC “Vladivostok International Airport” and 100 percent of shares of JSC “Terminal Vladivostok”).
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