The COVID-19 operational headquarters decided to resume full-scale flights with Thailand, the Bahamas, Iran, the Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Slovenia, Tunisia, Sweden on November 9. It is reported by RIA News.
“It was decided to resume, on a reciprocal basis, from November 9, 2021, regular flights with the following states: Bahamas on the Moscow-Nassau route with a frequency of two flights a week, Iran on the Moscow-Tehran routes with a frequency of three flights a week, Sochi-Tehran with a frequency of one flight. a week, “the message says.
Thus, air traffic with the Netherlands is being restored on the routes Moscow – Amsterdam with a frequency of seven flights a week, Moscow – Eindhoven – two flights a week, St. Petersburg – Amsterdam, Zhukovsky – Amsterdam, Yekaterinburg – Amsterdam, Kaliningrad – Amsterdam and Sochi – Amsterdam – by two flights per week on each route.
There is also opening communication with Norway on the routes St. Petersburg – Bergen and St. Petersburg – Oslo – two flights a week, with Thailand on the routes Moscow – Bangkok and Moscow – Phuket with a frequency of two flights a week on each route.
In addition, flights with Slovenia are resumed on the Moscow – Ljubljana route with a frequency of three flights a week, Tunisia on the Moscow – Monastir route with a frequency of seven flights a week, St. Petersburg – Monastir with a frequency of two flights a week, from Russian airports, of which international flights were resumed, with Sweden – on the routes St. Petersburg – Stockholm and St. Petersburg – Gothenburg with a frequency of two flights a week.
Also, from November 9, Russia lifts restrictions on regular and charter flights to Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh. It is specified that flights to popular resorts in Egypt will resume from cities where international flights have been restored.
“Based on the results of the discussion and taking into account the epidemiological situation in individual countries, it was decided from November 9, 2021 to remove restrictions on regular and charter flights from points in Russia, from which international flights have been resumed,” said Russian Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova.
In addition, on October 14, the Operations Center decided to increase from November 9 the number of flights to 12 countries, including Bulgaria, Albania, Hungary, Venezuela, Greece, Spain, Germany, Malta, Italy, Maldives, France and Macedonia.
So, now Tirana (Albania) will be operated three flights from Moscow, two flights from Zhukovsky airport, as well as one flight a week from St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Kazan, Yekaterinburg and Samara.
In addition, the number of flights on the Moscow – Burgas (Bulgaria) route will increase from 7 to 11, in addition, one flight per week will be launched from Zhukovsky to Sofia, Varna and Burgas.
Air traffic with Venezuela will be expanded by flights from Moscow to Porlamar with a frequency of five flights per week, as well as St. Petersburg – Porlamar and Yekaterinburg – Porlamar with one flight per week on each route.
Flights to Hungary will be operated three times a week from Moscow with a landing in Debrecen, four times a week from Zhukovsky with a landing in Budapest and three times a week from Kazan and Yekaterinburg with a landing in Budapest.
The number of flights from Russia to Germany on the Frankfurt-am-Main-Moscow route will increase from 5 to 14, and on the Frankfurt-am-Main-St. Petersburg route – from 3 to 7 flights per week.
Air traffic with Greece will expand due to flights from Zhukovsky to Thessaloniki (three per week), with Spain – due to flights from Zhukovsky to Barcelona (three per week), with Malta – due to flights from St. Petersburg to Valletta (two per week) with Italy – through flights from St. Petersburg to Rome, Milan, Verona and Rimini (two flights a week on each route).
In addition, from November 9, it is planned to increase the number of flights from the Maldives – on routes from St. Petersburg, Ufa, Kazan, Novosibirsk and Rostov-on-Don to the capital of the Republic of Male – with a frequency of four flights per week on each route.
Also, Skopje (Macedonia) will operate one flight a week from Nizhny Novgorod and St. Petersburg, and to France – seven flights a week on the Moscow – Paris and Moscow – Nice routes, one flight a week on the Moscow – Lyon route and two flights a week on routes from Kaliningrad, Krasnodar, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, Kazan and Nizhny Novgorod to Paris.