From June 10, 2021, Russia resumes regular flights with Austria, Hungary, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Morocco, and Croatia, as well as charter flights with Albania (once a week on the Moscow-Tirana route), TASS reports with reference to the operational headquarters to combat coronavirus.
It is specified that the operational headquarters decided to resume on a reciprocal basis regular international flights with the following states: Austria (Moscow – Vienna twice a week), Hungary (Moscow – Budapest twice a week), Lebanon (Moscow – Beirut once a week), Luxembourg (Moscow – Luxembourg once a week), Mauritius (Moscow – Port Louis twice a week), Morocco (Moscow – Rabat twice a week), Croatia (Moscow – Zagreb twice a week).
In addition, Russia is increasing the number of scheduled flights per week. Thus, the number of flights from Greece on the Moscow-Athens route will increase by two flights a week, with Azerbaijan (Moscow – Baku), Armenia (Moscow – Yerevan), Qatar (Moscow – Doha), Uzbekistan (Moscow – Tashkent), and Tajikistan (Moscow – Dushanbe), by one flight a week, with Egypt (Moscow – Cairo) and Serbia (Moscow – Belgrade), by up to seven flights a week. In addition, international flights with Germany on the Moscow – Munich route will also be resumed.
It is specified that at the moment international flights from Russia have already been resumed to Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, India, Kazakhstan, Vietnam, Venezuela, Greece, Germany, Singapore, Serbia, Ethiopia, Qatar, Kyrgyzstan, South Korea, Egypt, UAE, Switzerland, Sri Lanka, Uzbekistan, Finland, Japan, Maldives, Cuba, Seychelles, Iceland, Malta, Mexico, Portugal, and Saudi Arabia.