Russia will lift restrictions on air traffic with Austria, Switzerland, Finland and the UAE from November 9, 2021, taking into account the epidemic situation in these countries, according to the press service of the Operational Headquarters for the Fight Against Coronavirus Infection.
In addition, Russia is resuming flights with nine other countries, including the Bahamas, Iran, the Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Slovenia, Tunisia, Thailand, and Sweden. In particular, there will now be flights to the Bahamas on the Moscow – Nassau route with a frequency of two flights a week, to Iran from Moscow (three flights) and Sochi (one flight), to Tehran. Flights to the Netherlands will be resumed on the routes Moscow – Amsterdam with a frequency of seven flights per week, Moscow – Eindhoven two flights per week, St. Petersburg – Amsterdam, Zhukovsky – Amsterdam, Yekaterinburg – Amsterdam, Kaliningrad – Amsterdam, and Sochi – Amsterdam two flights per week as well.
Also, the planes will fly to Norway and Sweden twice a week from St. Petersburg to Bergen and Oslo, as well as to Stockholm and Gothenburg. Besides, air flights will be resumed to Oman on the Moscow – Muscat route with a frequency of two flights a week, to Slovenia from Moscow to Ljubljana three times a week, to Monastir (Tunisia) from Moscow (seven flights a week), and from St. Petersburg (two flights a week).
Flights to Thailand will be resumed only for Russian citizens vaccinated against a new coronavirus infection: from Moscow to Bangkok and Phuket with a frequency of two flights per week, as well as from Russian airports, from which international flights have been resumed (one flight per week on each route).
Moreover, from November 9, Russia will increase the number of regular flights to 12 countries: Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Greece, Northern Macedonia, Venezuela, Malta, and the Maldives.
And finally, since November 9, Russia will also lift restrictions on regular and charter flights from the country’s airports to the resort cities of Egypt, Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh.
Source: Operational Headquarters for the Fight Against Coronavirus Infection