Russia to Increase Number of Flights With 8 Countries

Since July 24, 2021, the Russian Federation will increase the number of flights with Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Hungary, Greece, Lebanon, Croatia, and Ethiopia, RIA Novosti reports with reference to the operational headquarters to combat the spread of coronavirus infection. 

The government of the country made a decision to increase on a reciprocal basis the number of regular flights to Austria (on the route Saint Petersburg – Vienna, 2 flights per week), Belgium (on the route Saint Petersburg – Brussels, 2 flights per week), and Bulgaria (on the route Moscow – Sofia, Moscow – Varna, Moscow – Burgas, from 4 to 7 flights per week on each route and on the routes St. Petersburg – Sofia, St. Petersburg – Varna, St. Petersburg – Burgas, with a frequency of 4 flights per week on each route, as well as on the route Yekaterinburg – Varna with a frequency of 1 flight per week).

The number of flights will also be increased to Hungary (on the Moscow – Budapest route, from 2 to 4 flights per week, on the St. Petersburg – Budapest route, with a frequency of 2 flights per week), Greece (on the Moscow – Thessaloniki and Moscow – Heraklion routes, from 5 to 7 flights per week on each route), Lebanon (on the Moscow – Beirut route, from 1 to 3 flights per week), Croatia (on the Moscow – Zagreb route, from 2 to 3 flights per week, on the Moscow – Split and Moscow – Dubrovnik routes, with 2 to 5 flights per week on each route), and Ethiopia (on the Moscow – Addis Ababa route, from 3 to 4 flights per week).

In addition, it was decided to resume on a reciprocal basis regular flights with France on the routes Moscow – Paris and Moscow – Nice with a frequency of 4 flights per week on each route, on the routes Saint Petersburg – Paris and Saint Petersburg – Nice with a frequency of 2 flights a week on each route, as well as with the Czech Republic on the Moscow – Prague route with a frequency of 4 flights per week.

Ru-Main, 14.07.2021 



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