Russia resumes air traffic with eight more countries starting June 10, 2021


According to latest decision of the Operational Staff, Russia resumes regular international flights with 8 countries starting June 10, 2021 on a reciprocity basis:

⇒Austria (Moscow - Vienna twice a week)
⇒Croatia (Moscow - Zagreb twice a week)
⇒Hungary (Moscow - Budapest twice a week)
⇒Lebanon (Moscow - Beirut once a week)
⇒Luxembourg (Moscow - Luxembourg once a week)
⇒Mauritius (Moscow - Port Louis twice a week)
⇒Morocco (Moscow - Rabat twice a week)
In addition, starting June 10, 2021, charter flights with Albania will resume on the route Moscow - Tirana once a week, and  the number of flights per week will increase - with Greece (Moscow-Athens) by two flights; with Azerbaijan (Moscow - Baku), Armenia (Moscow - Yerevan), Qatar (Moscow - Doha), Uzbekistan (Moscow - Tashkent) and Tajikistan (Moscow - Dushanbe) - by one flight a week; with Egypt (Moscow - Cairo) and Serbia (Moscow - Belgrade) - up to seven flights a week.
Also, international air traffic with Germany will be expanded by resuming flights along the route Moscow-Munich.
Besides, due to the improvement of epidemiological situation in the UK, it was decided to restart regular flights between Moscow and London starting June 2, 2021.
The current restrictions on flights with Turkey and Tanzania are extended until June 21, 2021 inclusive.


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