Russia to resume flights to Serbia, Cuba and Japan


Russia resumes air links with Serbia, Cuba and Japan, said the Coronavirus Task Force. With Japan air service is resumed from November 1, for the rest of the countries the date is not specified. It was also decided to increase the number of flights and destinations in Switzerland, the Maldives, the UAE and Belarus.

Resumed flights:

Moscow-Belgrade (twice a week),
Moscow-Cayo Coco and Santa Clara (Cuba) (twice a week),
Moscow-Tokyo (twice a week),
Vladivostok-Tokyo (once a week).
The number of flights on Zurich-Moscow-Zurich and Moscow-Jeneva-Moscow routes increases by one flight per week. Also starts one flight a week Zurich-Saint Petersburg-Zurich and St. Petersburg-Geneva-Saint Petersburg.

The number of flights Moscow - Velana airport is increased up to four per week, and the number of flights Moscow - Abu Dhabi is increased up to two flights per week.


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