Today, flights to 2 popular countries are resumed for Russians

Today Russians resume flights to 2 popular countries

Against the backdrop of the current geopolitical upheavals on Monday, March 14, the decision of the Operational Headquarters adopted at the end of February to restore air traffic with two more countries, as well as expand flights to another 16 countries, comes into force. Interestingly, these are the countries that have not imposed “air sanctions” against Russia.

The Operational Headquarters decided to resume regular flights with the following states on a reciprocal basis:

  • Indonesia on the route Moscow – Denpasar with a frequency of 3 flights per week;
  • China on the routes Moscow – Beijing, Moscow – Guangzhou and Moscow – Shanghai with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route.
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    China, we note, is not yet allowed to enter China for tourism purposes, this restoration is more relevant for business flights. But Indonesia – that is. The resort island of Bali, where flights are allowed, declared its readiness to receive tourists.

    We also note that since March 14, the number of regular flights has been increasing, including to tourist destinations and destinations that have become popular for “sanctioned emigration “. Here is a complete list of countries and flights from the Operational Headquarters:

    1. Azerbaijan on the route Moscow – Baku from 14 to 28 flights per week, from points in Russia, from which international flights have been resumed, to points in Azerbaijan from 1 to 4 flights per week on each route;
    2. Armenia on the route Moscow – Yerevan from 6 to 14 flights per week, from points in Russia, from which international flights have been resumed, to points in Armenia from 1 to 2 flights per week on each route;
    3. Bahrain on the route Sochi – Manama with a frequency of 2 flights per week;
    4. Vietnam – from Russian airports, from which international flights have been resumed, to Nha Trang with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route, as well as in the form of charter flights from Russian airports, from which international flights have been resumed, to Phu Quoc with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route;
    5. India on the route Moscow – Mumbai with a frequency of 2 flights per week;
    6. Iraq on the route Moscow – Baghdad with 2 to 4 flights per week;
    7. Iran on the route Moscow – Tehran from 3 to 7 flights per week;
    8. Kazakhstan on the routes Moscow – Nur-Sultan and Moscow – Alma-Ata from 7 to 10 flights per week on each route, from points in Russia, from which international flights have been resumed, to points in Kazakhstan from 1 to 3 flights per week on each route (for except for the routes Moscow – Nur-Sultan, Moscow – Alma-Ata);
    9. Kyrgyzstan on the routes Zhukovsky – Bishkek and Zhukovsky – Osh from 1 to 3 flights per week on each route;
    10. Maldives on the route Moscow – Male from 8 to 14 flights per week, as well as to allow the operation of 7 additional passenger and cargo flights per week on a reciprocal basis on the route Moscow – Male;
    11. Mongolia on the route Ulan-Ude – Ulaanbaatar with 1 to 2 flights per week;
    12. Saudi Arabia on the route Kazan – Jeddah with a frequency of 1 flight per week,
    13. Serbia on the route Moscow – Belgrade from 2 to 7 flights per week, on the routes St. Petersburg – Belgrade, Kaliningrad – Belgrade, Sochi – Belgrade with a frequency of 2 flights per week on each route, on the routes Kazan – Belgrade, Nizhny Novgorod – Belgrade with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route;
    14. Tajikistan on the route Moscow – Khujand from 2 to 4 flights per week on each route, on the routes Zhukovsky – Dushanbe and Zhukovsky – Khujand with a frequency of 4 flights per week on each route;
    15. Thailand on the routes Moscow – Phuket and Moscow – Bangkok from 2 to 4 flights per week on each route, on the routes Moscow – Utapao with a frequency of 7 flights per week, Novosibirsk – Krabi with a frequency of 1 flight per week, from points in Russia, from which international flights have been resumed, to Bangkok and Phuket from 1 to 3 flights per week on each route;
    16. Uzbekistan on the route Moscow – Tashkent from 4 to 7 flights per week, on the routes Moscow – Bukhara, Moscow – Samarkand, Moscow – Urgench, Moscow – Namangan, Moscow – Fergana, Moscow – Andijan and Moscow – Termez from 1 to 2 flights per week , from points in Russia from which international flights have been resumed, to Tashkent, Karshi and Navoi with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route.

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