The web site indicates Dalavia will be operating weekly flights on Sundays between Anchorage and Petropavlovsk with a final stop in the airline's home city of Khabarovsk. The aircraft to be used is a Tupolev-214, with a capacity of 180 to 200 passengers, including business class. We understand this aircraft is a newer and more efficient aircraft than that previously used by Magadan Air, and that efficiency may translate to cheaper fares than previously charged for this route. You'll recall Magadan Air simply stopped flying this route during the 2005 hunting season, leaving a number of hunters with worthless tickets. Hunters in 2006 had to reach Kamchatka by way of Moscow, enduring about 24 hours of laborious travel.