Russia resumes regular flights with Finland, UAE, Austria and Switzerland

AK&M 14 October 2021 15:49

Starting from November 9, 2021, Russia lifts restrictions on flights with Finland, the UAE, Austria and Switzerland, as well as restrictions on regular and charter flights from points in Russia, from which international flights have been resumed, to Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh. This is stated in the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers.

From November 9, 2021, regular flights will resume on a reciprocal basis with: the Bahamas, on the route Moscow – Nassau; Iran, on the routes Moscow – Tehran, Sochi – Tehran; the Netherlands, on the routes Moscow – Amsterdam, Moscow – Eindhoven, St. Petersburg - Amsterdam, Zhukovsky – Amsterdam, Yekaterinburg – Amsterdam, Kaliningrad – Amsterdam and Sochi – Amsterdam; Norway, on the routes St. Petersburg – Bergen and St. Petersburg - Oslo; Oman on the route Moscow – Muscat; Slovenia, on the route Moscow - Ljubljana; Tunisia on the routes Moscow – Monastir, St. Petersburg – Monastir; Sweden, on the routes St. Petersburg – Stockholm and St. Petersburg – Gothenburg; Thailand (taking into account the requirements of the country, only for Russian vaccinated against COVID, on the routes Moscow - Bangkok and Moscow – Phuket.

In addition, from November 9, 2021, the number of regular flights to: Albania, Bulgaria, Venezuela, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Spain, Italy, Maldives, Malta, Macedonia, France is increasing.