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A cargo airline which has found a nice niche, Air Incheon, is focusing on the oil and gas industry in Russia’s pacific island of Sakhalin.

In this interview with CH Aviation, Eric Vercesi, vp sales and planning, reveals the carrier is looking for more interline partners – but does not fear competition. The one-way traffic, which generally fits into a 737, means that larger widebody operators in the region are not snapping at Air Incheon’s heels.

And to keep the aircraft busy the carrier also works in the express sector in the region. But the next stop is the mines of Mongolia.

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