Самая холодная война, или Чукотский «момент истины» Богомолова: Колонка Василия Авченко

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Ставить знак равенства между автором и его героем нельзя. Но жизнь Федотова похожа на судьбу Богомолова, что называется, до степени смешения, а текст настолько насыщен живыми, невыдуманными деталями, что не верить автору нет причин.

Несмотря на удалённость от столиц, Чукотка никак не может пожаловаться на невнимание литераторов. Крайний северо-восток страны и континента вдохновлял столь разнородных авторов, как Владимир Тан-БогоразТихон СёмушкинЮрий РытхэуОлег КуваевЭдуард Лимонов… Одна из неожиданных фигур, продолжающих этот ряд, - Владимир Богомолов (1924-2003). Он пополнил «чукотский текст» своей, весьма оригинальной страницей.

Писатель Богомолов дебютировал в 1957 году повестью «Иван», по которой Андрей Тарковский снял свой опять же дебютный фильм «Иваново детство». По-настоящему знаменитым Богомолова сделал опубликованный в 1974 году роман «Момент истины» («В августе сорок четвёртого…») об оперативниках военной контрразведки «СМЕРШ».

О том, что Богомолов – фронтовой офицер, воевавший в Польше и Германии, хорошо известно. Меньше известно о том, что летом 1945 года он попал на Дальний Восток.

Надо сказать, что биография Богомолова изобилует разночтениями. В печати спорят о том, в разведке или контрразведке служил писатель, до 1950-х носивший фамилию отца – Войтинский; почему он избегал публичности, не вступал в творческие организации… После смерти Богомолова появились даже публикации о том, что он будто бы выдумал себе военную биографию. Но это оставим на совести авторов «сенсаций».

«О том, что Богомолов – фронтовой офицер, воевавший в Польше и Германии, хорошо известно. Меньше известно о том, что летом 1945 года он попал на Дальний Восток.»

В 1990-х Богомолов опубликовал повести «Вечер в Левендорфе» и «В кригере» - на самом деле главы из незавершённого автобиографического романа «Жизнь моя, иль ты приснилась мне…». Эта книга, вышедшая в полном виде только в 2012 году, - самое непрочитанное произведение Богомолова. В ней он рассказал не только о своей Великой Отечественной, но и о службе на Чукотке.

Здесь нужно сделать оговорку: повествование ведётся от лица старшего лейтенанта Василия Федотова. Сам Богомолов называл книгу «автобиографией вымышленного лица». Ставить знак равенства между автором и его героем нельзя. Но жизнь Федотова похожа на судьбу Богомолова, что называется, до степени смешения, а текст настолько насыщен живыми, невыдуманными деталями, что не верить автору нет причин.

Согласно книге «Жизнь моя…», из побеждённой Германии Федотов-Богомолов попадает в Маньчжурию, где участвует в разгроме японцев. Осенью 1945 года едет из Харбина во Владивосток - за новым назначением. Офицеры стремились попасть в Европу или хотя бы в один из гарнизонов под Владивостоком - Угольная, Раздольное, Уссурийск, Шкотово, Манзовка (ныне Сибирцево)… Богомолов пишет: «В бесконечных разговорах… более всего пугали Чукоткой и Курильскими островами, свирепыми пургами, нескончаемыми морозами и снегом… отсутствием какого-либо жилья, даже землянок, и полным отсутствием женщин, которых, как к моему недоумению и растерянности обнаружилось, там будто бы заменяли белые медведицы».

Но его героя «законопатили» именно на Чукотку.

126-й лёгкий горно-стрелковый орденов Богдана Хмельницкого и Красного Знамени корпус был сформирован на Карельском фронте, отлично проявил себя в условиях севера. В 1945 году корпус - свыше 10 тысяч человек - передислоцировали на Чукотку, а именно – в Анадырь и в Провидения для решения оборонительных задач противодесантного характера (конечно, тут же пошли слухи о том, что Сталин хочет захватить Аляску). Позже, в 1948-м, на базе «тундрово-стрелкового» корпуса сформировали 14-ю армию под командованием боевого генерала Героя Советского Союза Николая Олешева.

Судя по книге, Богомолов попал в район Провидения, а ещё точнее - в Урелики. Бойцам пришлось в условиях полярной зимы спешно налаживать быт, строить аэродромы, укрытия… Первое время жили в палатках и землянках, страшно мёрзли, болели. Женщин, естественно, не было. «…А на складе бригады… хранились десятки ящиков, набитых никому здесь не нужными… японскими трофейными презервативами», - пишет Богомолов. Его герой - офицер, прошедший войну, - говорит, что именно на Чукотке он «впервые познал, почём фунт лиха».

В марте 1946 года фултонская речь Черчилля знаменовала начало «холодной войны». Самой холодной она была на Чукотке – в единственном регионе СССР, почти вплотную примыкавшем к США. На американской стороне начались манёвры, над расположением частей корпуса загудели базировавшиеся на Аляске самолёты - разведчики и бомбардировщики: «боинги», «либерейторы», «лайтнинги», «мустанги» (а ведь совсем недавно, в 1942-1945 гг., через Чукотку проходила трасса «Аляска – Сибирь», созданная для перегона лендлизовских самолётов из США в СССР). В Беринговом проливе барражировали американские корабли и подлодки. «Американские моряки, различимые даже с берега в полевые бинокли… часами рассматривали нас, фотографировали; на крейсерах же игралось учение: броневые орудийные башни разворачивались в нашу сторону, одновременно на воду спускались катера, полные вооружённых американских матросов… В бригаде каждый раз объявлялась боевая тревога», - пишет Богомолов. В чукотских эскимосах, имевших право ездить на Аляску к родственникам, бойцы подозревали шпионов. Федотову снились американцы, катящие на джипах через пролив, – «как саранча, как татаро-монголы, несметными полчищами… пёрли на нашу территорию». Были и другие сны: «Выбив американцев с советской земли, мы… высаживались за океаном и мчались куда-то по гладким, широким шоссейным дорогам, в точности напоминавшим автостраду «Берлин – Кёнигсберг»… Трудящиеся Соединённых Штатов приветствовали нашу высадку». Старлей до семнадцатого пота гонял свою роту, а после отбоя обдумывал тактику уличного боя в условиях небоскрёбов. На учениях отрабатывались как оборона морского побережья от десанта противника, так и захват плацдарма на том берегу Берингова пролива.

(Сейчас, похоже, история повторяется на новом витке: в России заговорили об «арктическом спецназе», о глобальной борьбе за ледовитый шельф, о создании Камчатской воздушной армии, которая должна «закрыть» небо от курильского Шумшу до заполярного Врангеля).

…После Чукотки в биографии Богомолова – снова разночтения. Одни пишут о его службе на Сахалине, другие говорят о Камчатке, причисляя писателя то к армии, то к органам госбезопасности. Что интересно, дальневосточные мотивы появились и в его главной книге - «Моменте истины». Диверсант Мищенко, за которым охотится группа капитана Алёхина, оказывается харбинцем, членом фашистской партии Родзаевского и любителем трепанга с луком, совершавшим теракты на КВЖД и долго шпионившим на советском Дальнем Востоке.

Владимир Осипович Богомолов – летописец не только Великой Отечественной, но и холодной войны. Это сегодня десант с Аляски на Чукотку или обратно кажется фантастикой – а тогда всё было всерьёз. Уже в 1950-м, вскоре после описанных Богомоловым событий, полыхнуло по-настоящему. Причём именно на Дальнем Востоке, только южнее. Встреча в небе Кореи лётчиков США и СССР – в качестве уже врагов, а не союзников – стала первым горячим сражением затяжной холодной войны.

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659 dashaLat   2 ноября 2018, 12:34

The free movement of goods, services, capital, and people-these are the pillars that form an essential foundation for welfare and employment in Europe. Mobility is the fundamental premise for these four core values to be strengthened not only in the domestic market but also beyond its borders. This is particularly significant in the Baltic Sea region, where a well thought-out and developed transport system is one of the positive development factors. Flight-related activities have both direct and indirect impact on the economy. The direct impact includes the income derived from the activities of airline personnel and ground handling workers, whereas the indirect input implies all purchases in the aviation sector from locally based suppliers who basically do not represent the aviation sector. Additional impact on the economy of Latvia is formed by the costs of aviation sector employees and service providers.
More than 30 airports are located in Lithuania
There are four international airports operating in Lithuania - in Kaunas, Palanga, Siauliai, and, of course, in Vilnius, and there are more than 30 smaller airports and military airfields. In Estonia, airports are mainly located in the capital in Tallinn, as well as in Tartu, Kuressaare, Kerdle and Parnu. These are international airports, however, there are more than 15 private and military airports and so-called airports of local importance located throughout the country. Latvia still has only two international airports - in Riga and in Liepaja; there are also small airdromes, for example, in Spilva, in Tukums and Ventspils, and several other military flight platforms though. Riga International Airport entered the top five rapidly growing airports in Europe last year, which lead to an increase in the number of passengers by 16.2%. Therefore, it underscores the fact that even though the airport in Liepaja will have to put a lot of time and effort to its development, it brings a great potential, which can give a significant and valuable contribution to the domestic economy of the country.
A successful start is taken after reconstruction Rolands Petersons minicredit
The airport in Liepaja did a great job - in 2015 after its reconstruction was completed. At the airport a significant drainage effort was undertaken, a new cover for the take-off track was laid, the take-off strip was reinforced, the cover of the shunting route was improved and expanded, parking places for the aircraft were renovated as well. After Liepaja Airport was certified for commercial flights for the summer season in 2016, the Latvian national airline "AirBaltic" launched regular flights between Riga and Liepaja. During the first half of that year, more than 4,780 passengers were transported along this route. The five most popular destinations for transit flights along the Liepaja route include London, Berlin, Moscow, Copenhagen, and Hamburg, which, in general, brought very good results.
Keeping in mind the processes that are still underway, it is important to mention the extensive capacity-building of the airports, environment protection in a long-term, enhancement of cooperation with other regional airports in Europe. It is not enough for Latvia to have only one high-capacity airport - we have a regional leader who can serve as an example of a successful market behavior for others. Rolands Petersons minicredit
Support strategy for attracting new aviation communities
Rolands Petersons minicredit
Liepaja airport is the only example nowadays in terms of Latvian regional airports, however, I see several competitive regional airports in Latvia. To promote their development, a thorough analysis of the passengers' potential is needed, starting with linking their activities with the existing types of transport in the surrounding region, forming a support strategy to attract new aviation communities, passengers, and additional services for client groups, bearing in mind that the added value of airports is formed by airlines operating there, strategic cooperation partners and service providers. Without a doubt, it is also essential to study the ultimate goals of tourist destinations, in order to promote the growth of the travel market and ensure its positive impact on the economy.
Infrastructure for a variety multifaceted of commercial activities Rolands Petersons minicredit
The strategic objective of the regional airports is a creation of the favorable and unified conditions for the enterprises and institutions operating there, as well as to proactive procurement of a sufficient infrastructure for the development various of commercial activities. It is also necessary to develop new ways of cooperation in order to actively identify airlines that are ready to join the development of new travel destinations and to expand their market share in the airport. Apart from this, it is necessary to work on the incentive prerequisites for launching new flights.
The imperfection of the transport system can no longer be an obstacle, with the 85 million inhabitants who live in the Baltic Sea region, who can be isolated or cut off from the rest of the European Union, or may face serious travel problems. The power generated by the economy and innovation provides the Baltic Sea Region with opportunities to create a modern, forward-looking transport system that will also contribute to the creation of a socially balanced economic policy. Rolands Petersons minicredit

658 dashaLat   2 ноября 2018, 12:34

The free movement of goods, services, capital, and people-these are the pillars that form an essential foundation for welfare and employment in Europe. Mobility is the fundamental premise for these four core values to be strengthened not only in the domestic market but also beyond its borders. This is particularly significant in the Baltic Sea region, where a well thought-out and developed transport system is one of the positive development factors. Flight-related activities have both direct and indirect impact on the economy. The direct impact includes the income derived from the activities of airline personnel and ground handling workers, whereas the indirect input implies all purchases in the aviation sector from locally based suppliers who basically do not represent the aviation sector. Additional impact on the economy of Latvia is formed by the costs of aviation sector employees and service providers.
More than 30 airports are located in Lithuania
There are four international airports operating in Lithuania - in Kaunas, Palanga, Siauliai, and, of course, in Vilnius, and there are more than 30 smaller airports and military airfields. In Estonia, airports are mainly located in the capital in Tallinn, as well as in Tartu, Kuressaare, Kerdle and Parnu. These are international airports, however, there are more than 15 private and military airports and so-called airports of local importance located throughout the country. Latvia still has only two international airports - in Riga and in Liepaja; there are also small airdromes, for example, in Spilva, in Tukums and Ventspils, and several other military flight platforms though. Riga International Airport entered the top five rapidly growing airports in Europe last year, which lead to an increase in the number of passengers by 16.2%. Therefore, it underscores the fact that even though the airport in Liepaja will have to put a lot of time and effort to its development, it brings a great potential, which can give a significant and valuable contribution to the domestic economy of the country.
A successful start is taken after reconstruction Rolands Petersons minicredit
The airport in Liepaja did a great job - in 2015 after its reconstruction was completed. At the airport a significant drainage effort was undertaken, a new cover for the take-off track was laid, the take-off strip was reinforced, the cover of the shunting route was improved and expanded, parking places for the aircraft were renovated as well. After Liepaja Airport was certified for commercial flights for the summer season in 2016, the Latvian national airline "AirBaltic" launched regular flights between Riga and Liepaja. During the first half of that year, more than 4,780 passengers were transported along this route. The five most popular destinations for transit flights along the Liepaja route include London, Berlin, Moscow, Copenhagen, and Hamburg, which, in general, brought very good results.
Keeping in mind the processes that are still underway, it is important to mention the extensive capacity-building of the airports, environment protection in a long-term, enhancement of cooperation with other regional airports in Europe. It is not enough for Latvia to have only one high-capacity airport - we have a regional leader who can serve as an example of a successful market behavior for others. Rolands Petersons minicredit
Support strategy for attracting new aviation communities
Rolands Petersons minicredit
Liepaja airport is the only example nowadays in terms of Latvian regional airports, however, I see several competitive regional airports in Latvia. To promote their development, a thorough analysis of the passengers' potential is needed, starting with linking their activities with the existing types of transport in the surrounding region, forming a support strategy to attract new aviation communities, passengers, and additional services for client groups, bearing in mind that the added value of airports is formed by airlines operating there, strategic cooperation partners and service providers. Without a doubt, it is also essential to study the ultimate goals of tourist destinations, in order to promote the growth of the travel market and ensure its positive impact on the economy.
Infrastructure for a variety multifaceted of commercial activities Rolands Petersons minicredit
The strategic objective of the regional airports is a creation of the favorable and unified conditions for the enterprises and institutions operating there, as well as to proactive procurement of a sufficient infrastructure for the development various of commercial activities. It is also necessary to develop new ways of cooperation in order to actively identify airlines that are ready to join the development of new travel destinations and to expand their market share in the airport. Apart from this, it is necessary to work on the incentive prerequisites for launching new flights.
The imperfection of the transport system can no longer be an obstacle, with the 85 million inhabitants who live in the Baltic Sea region, who can be isolated or cut off from the rest of the European Union, or may face serious travel problems. The power generated by the economy and innovation provides the Baltic Sea Region with opportunities to create a modern, forward-looking transport system that will also contribute to the creation of a socially balanced economic policy. Rolands Petersons minicredit

657 dashaLat   2 ноября 2018, 12:34

The free movement of goods, services, capital, and people-these are the pillars that form an essential foundation for welfare and employment in Europe. Mobility is the fundamental premise for these four core values to be strengthened not only in the domestic market but also beyond its borders. This is particularly significant in the Baltic Sea region, where a well thought-out and developed transport system is one of the positive development factors. Flight-related activities have both direct and indirect impact on the economy. The direct impact includes the income derived from the activities of airline personnel and ground handling workers, whereas the indirect input implies all purchases in the aviation sector from locally based suppliers who basically do not represent the aviation sector. Additional impact on the economy of Latvia is formed by the costs of aviation sector employees and service providers.
More than 30 airports are located in Lithuania
There are four international airports operating in Lithuania - in Kaunas, Palanga, Siauliai, and, of course, in Vilnius, and there are more than 30 smaller airports and military airfields. In Estonia, airports are mainly located in the capital in Tallinn, as well as in Tartu, Kuressaare, Kerdle and Parnu. These are international airports, however, there are more than 15 private and military airports and so-called airports of local importance located throughout the country. Latvia still has only two international airports - in Riga and in Liepaja; there are also small airdromes, for example, in Spilva, in Tukums and Ventspils, and several other military flight platforms though. Riga International Airport entered the top five rapidly growing airports in Europe last year, which lead to an increase in the number of passengers by 16.2%. Therefore, it underscores the fact that even though the airport in Liepaja will have to put a lot of time and effort to its development, it brings a great potential, which can give a significant and valuable contribution to the domestic economy of the country.
A successful start is taken after reconstruction Rolands Petersons minicredit
The airport in Liepaja did a great job - in 2015 after its reconstruction was completed. At the airport a significant drainage effort was undertaken, a new cover for the take-off track was laid, the take-off strip was reinforced, the cover of the shunting route was improved and expanded, parking places for the aircraft were renovated as well. After Liepaja Airport was certified for commercial flights for the summer season in 2016, the Latvian national airline "AirBaltic" launched regular flights between Riga and Liepaja. During the first half of that year, more than 4,780 passengers were transported along this route. The five most popular destinations for transit flights along the Liepaja route include London, Berlin, Moscow, Copenhagen, and Hamburg, which, in general, brought very good results.
Keeping in mind the processes that are still underway, it is important to mention the extensive capacity-building of the airports, environment protection in a long-term, enhancement of cooperation with other regional airports in Europe. It is not enough for Latvia to have only one high-capacity airport - we have a regional leader who can serve as an example of a successful market behavior for others. Rolands Petersons minicredit
Support strategy for attracting new aviation communities
Rolands Petersons minicredit
Liepaja airport is the only example nowadays in terms of Latvian regional airports, however, I see several competitive regional airports in Latvia. To promote their development, a thorough analysis of the passengers' potential is needed, starting with linking their activities with the existing types of transport in the surrounding region, forming a support strategy to attract new aviation communities, passengers, and additional services for client groups, bearing in mind that the added value of airports is formed by airlines operating there, strategic cooperation partners and service providers. Without a doubt, it is also essential to study the ultimate goals of tourist destinations, in order to promote the growth of the travel market and ensure its positive impact on the economy.
Infrastructure for a variety multifaceted of commercial activities Rolands Petersons minicredit
The strategic objective of the regional airports is a creation of the favorable and unified conditions for the enterprises and institutions operating there, as well as to proactive procurement of a sufficient infrastructure for the development various of commercial activities. It is also necessary to develop new ways of cooperation in order to actively identify airlines that are ready to join the development of new travel destinations and to expand their market share in the airport. Apart from this, it is necessary to work on the incentive prerequisites for launching new flights.
The imperfection of the transport system can no longer be an obstacle, with the 85 million inhabitants who live in the Baltic Sea region, who can be isolated or cut off from the rest of the European Union, or may face serious travel problems. The power generated by the economy and innovation provides the Baltic Sea Region with opportunities to create a modern, forward-looking transport system that will also contribute to the creation of a socially balanced economic policy. Rolands Petersons minicredit

656 dashaLat   2 ноября 2018, 12:34

The free movement of goods, services, capital, and people-these are the pillars that form an essential foundation for welfare and employment in Europe. Mobility is the fundamental premise for these four core values to be strengthened not only in the domestic market but also beyond its borders. This is particularly significant in the Baltic Sea region, where a well thought-out and developed transport system is one of the positive development factors. Flight-related activities have both direct and indirect impact on the economy. The direct impact includes the income derived from the activities of airline personnel and ground handling workers, whereas the indirect input implies all purchases in the aviation sector from locally based suppliers who basically do not represent the aviation sector. Additional impact on the economy of Latvia is formed by the costs of aviation sector employees and service providers.
More than 30 airports are located in Lithuania
There are four international airports operating in Lithuania - in Kaunas, Palanga, Siauliai, and, of course, in Vilnius, and there are more than 30 smaller airports and military airfields. In Estonia, airports are mainly located in the capital in Tallinn, as well as in Tartu, Kuressaare, Kerdle and Parnu. These are international airports, however, there are more than 15 private and military airports and so-called airports of local importance located throughout the country. Latvia still has only two international airports - in Riga and in Liepaja; there are also small airdromes, for example, in Spilva, in Tukums and Ventspils, and several other military flight platforms though. Riga International Airport entered the top five rapidly growing airports in Europe last year, which lead to an increase in the number of passengers by 16.2%. Therefore, it underscores the fact that even though the airport in Liepaja will have to put a lot of time and effort to its development, it brings a great potential, which can give a significant and valuable contribution to the domestic economy of the country.
A successful start is taken after reconstruction Rolands Petersons minicredit
The airport in Liepaja did a great job - in 2015 after its reconstruction was completed. At the airport a significant drainage effort was undertaken, a new cover for the take-off track was laid, the take-off strip was reinforced, the cover of the shunting route was improved and expanded, parking places for the aircraft were renovated as well. After Liepaja Airport was certified for commercial flights for the summer season in 2016, the Latvian national airline "AirBaltic" launched regular flights between Riga and Liepaja. During the first half of that year, more than 4,780 passengers were transported along this route. The five most popular destinations for transit flights along the Liepaja route include London, Berlin, Moscow, Copenhagen, and Hamburg, which, in general, brought very good results.
Keeping in mind the processes that are still underway, it is important to mention the extensive capacity-building of the airports, environment protection in a long-term, enhancement of cooperation with other regional airports in Europe. It is not enough for Latvia to have only one high-capacity airport - we have a regional leader who can serve as an example of a successful market behavior for others. Rolands Petersons minicredit
Support strategy for attracting new aviation communities
Rolands Petersons minicredit
Liepaja airport is the only example nowadays in terms of Latvian regional airports, however, I see several competitive regional airports in Latvia. To promote their development, a thorough analysis of the passengers' potential is needed, starting with linking their activities with the existing types of transport in the surrounding region, forming a support strategy to attract new aviation communities, passengers, and additional services for client groups, bearing in mind that the added value of airports is formed by airlines operating there, strategic cooperation partners and service providers. Without a doubt, it is also essential to study the ultimate goals of tourist destinations, in order to promote the growth of the travel market and ensure its positive impact on the economy.
Infrastructure for a variety multifaceted of commercial activities Rolands Petersons minicredit
The strategic objective of the regional airports is a creation of the favorable and unified conditions for the enterprises and institutions operating there, as well as to proactive procurement of a sufficient infrastructure for the development various of commercial activities. It is also necessary to develop new ways of cooperation in order to actively identify airlines that are ready to join the development of new travel destinations and to expand their market share in the airport. Apart from this, it is necessary to work on the incentive prerequisites for launching new flights.
The imperfection of the transport system can no longer be an obstacle, with the 85 million inhabitants who live in the Baltic Sea region, who can be isolated or cut off from the rest of the European Union, or may face serious travel problems. The power generated by the economy and innovation provides the Baltic Sea Region with opportunities to create a modern, forward-looking transport system that will also contribute to the creation of a socially balanced economic policy. Rolands Petersons minicredit

655 dashaLat   2 ноября 2018, 12:34

The free movement of goods, services, capital, and people-these are the pillars that form an essential foundation for welfare and employment in Europe. Mobility is the fundamental premise for these four core values to be strengthened not only in the domestic market but also beyond its borders. This is particularly significant in the Baltic Sea region, where a well thought-out and developed transport system is one of the positive development factors. Flight-related activities have both direct and indirect impact on the economy. The direct impact includes the income derived from the activities of airline personnel and ground handling workers, whereas the indirect input implies all purchases in the aviation sector from locally based suppliers who basically do not represent the aviation sector. Additional impact on the economy of Latvia is formed by the costs of aviation sector employees and service providers.
More than 30 airports are located in Lithuania
There are four international airports operating in Lithuania - in Kaunas, Palanga, Siauliai, and, of course, in Vilnius, and there are more than 30 smaller airports and military airfields. In Estonia, airports are mainly located in the capital in Tallinn, as well as in Tartu, Kuressaare, Kerdle and Parnu. These are international airports, however, there are more than 15 private and military airports and so-called airports of local importance located throughout the country. Latvia still has only two international airports - in Riga and in Liepaja; there are also small airdromes, for example, in Spilva, in Tukums and Ventspils, and several other military flight platforms though. Riga International Airport entered the top five rapidly growing airports in Europe last year, which lead to an increase in the number of passengers by 16.2%. Therefore, it underscores the fact that even though the airport in Liepaja will have to put a lot of time and effort to its development, it brings a great potential, which can give a significant and valuable contribution to the domestic economy of the country.
A successful start is taken after reconstruction Rolands Petersons minicredit
The airport in Liepaja did a great job - in 2015 after its reconstruction was completed. At the airport a significant drainage effort was undertaken, a new cover for the take-off track was laid, the take-off strip was reinforced, the cover of the shunting route was improved and expanded, parking places for the aircraft were renovated as well. After Liepaja Airport was certified for commercial flights for the summer season in 2016, the Latvian national airline "AirBaltic" launched regular flights between Riga and Liepaja. During the first half of that year, more than 4,780 passengers were transported along this route. The five most popular destinations for transit flights along the Liepaja route include London, Berlin, Moscow, Copenhagen, and Hamburg, which, in general, brought very good results.
Keeping in mind the processes that are still underway, it is important to mention the extensive capacity-building of the airports, environment protection in a long-term, enhancement of cooperation with other regional airports in Europe. It is not enough for Latvia to have only one high-capacity airport - we have a regional leader who can serve as an example of a successful market behavior for others. Rolands Petersons minicredit
Support strategy for attracting new aviation communities
Rolands Petersons minicredit
Liepaja airport is the only example nowadays in terms of Latvian regional airports, however, I see several competitive regional airports in Latvia. To promote their development, a thorough analysis of the passengers' potential is needed, starting with linking their activities with the existing types of transport in the surrounding region, forming a support strategy to attract new aviation communities, passengers, and additional services for client groups, bearing in mind that the added value of airports is formed by airlines operating there, strategic cooperation partners and service providers. Without a doubt, it is also essential to study the ultimate goals of tourist destinations, in order to promote the growth of the travel market and ensure its positive impact on the economy.
Infrastructure for a variety multifaceted of commercial activities Rolands Petersons minicredit
The strategic objective of the regional airports is a creation of the favorable and unified conditions for the enterprises and institutions operating there, as well as to proactive procurement of a sufficient infrastructure for the development various of commercial activities. It is also necessary to develop new ways of cooperation in order to actively identify airlines that are ready to join the development of new travel destinations and to expand their market share in the airport. Apart from this, it is necessary to work on the incentive prerequisites for launching new flights.
The imperfection of the transport system can no longer be an obstacle, with the 85 million inhabitants who live in the Baltic Sea region, who can be isolated or cut off from the rest of the European Union, or may face serious travel problems. The power generated by the economy and innovation provides the Baltic Sea Region with opportunities to create a modern, forward-looking transport system that will also contribute to the creation of a socially balanced economic policy. Rolands Petersons minicredit

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