Russia is fully resuming flights with Cuba, Mexico, and Qatar from December 1, 2021, taking into account the epidemic situation there, according to the country’s Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova.
It is reminded that recently Russians also have got the opportunity to fly to Bangladesh, Brazil, Mongolia, Costa Rica, and Argentina. And since November 9, flights to nine more countries that were interrupted due to the pandemic have resumed. These are the Bahamas, Iran, the Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Slovenia, Tunisia, Sweden, and Thailand.
In addition, as stated by Interfax, it was decided to resume air traffic with Kyrgyzstan on a reciprocal basis with a frequency of one flight per week, with Vietnam with a frequency of two flights per week and with Italy with a frequency of two flights per week.
Besides, the number of flights between Russia and Kazakhstan is increasing. Flights Zhukovsky — Nur-Sultan, Zhukovsky — Alma-Ata and Zhukovsky — Shymkent are opening with a frequency of three flights per week on each route, as well as flights to Nur-Sultan, Alma-Ata, Aktau, Atyrau, Aktobe, Karaganda, Ust-Kamenogorsk from Moscow and other Russian cities. Finally, it was decided to increase from December 1 the number of regular flights on a reciprocal basis between Azerbaijan on the Moscow — Baku route to 14 flights per week.
Source: RIA Novosti