Russia resumes air traffic with France and the Czech Republic


On July 14 Russia's COVID-19 Operational Staff announced its decision to resume flights to France and the Czech Republic. Air traffic with these countries will restart next Friday, July 24, 2021 on a reciprocity basis.

According to the Operational Staff, the flights will resume on the routes: 
Moscow - Paris and Moscow - Nice (four flights a week on each route), 
St. Petersburg - Paris and St. Petersburg - Nice (two flights on each route), 
Moscow - Prague (four flights a week).
In addition, starting July 24, Russia will increase the number of flights with the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia,  Ethiopia, Greece, Hungary, and Lebanon.


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