Attention! Aeroflot reduces number of flights abroad in Spring 2021
Russia’s low-cost airline Pobeda will resume flights to Italy’s Bergamo starting March 26, the company said in its mailout to passengers.
Russia’s flagship carrier Aeroflot is reducing the frequency of regular flights to 13 foreign destinations from March 28 to April 30 2021, the airline has announced.
Russian civil aviation officials announced that Russian Federation is resuming scheduled commercial flights with Armenia and Azerbaijan, previously suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, starting today.
Russia’s Aeroflot announced its plans to carry out four flights per week to Yerevan starting on February 15, and two flights per week to Baku, starting on February 17.
Currently, tourists are allowed entry to Armenia, but are required to have a PCR test made no more than 72 hours before arrival.
Entry to Azerbaijan, however, is currently closed for tourists. Only diplomats, foreigners with relatives with Azerbaijani citizenship, foreigners with work or residence permit and students are allowed entry, but must have a PCR test made no more than 48 hours prior to departure.
Aeroflot is temporarily making changes to its schedule of international flights. From March 28 to April 30, the frequency of flights from Moscow to Antalya, Belgrade, Bishkek, Delhi, Dubai, Geneva, Cairo, London, Minsk, Nur-Sultan, Seoul, Tokyo, Helsinki will be reduced,” according to the official press – release.
Passengers of canceled flights will be able to rebook tickets for operated flights or refund their money, the airline added.
Earlier, Aeroflot extended the cancelation of almost 90 regular international flights until April 30.
Russia extends ban on UK flights until Feb. 17 over coronavirus variant
Russia has extended a ban on flights to and from Britain until Feb. 17 due to the new coronavirus variant detected in the UK, Russia’s coronavirus taskforce has announced.
Russia resumes flights to Greece, Singapore from Feb 8
Moscow resumes flights to Greece and Singapore from Feb 8, the Russian anti-coronavirus crisis center reports.
Flights from Moscow to Athens will be operated twice a week, while flights to Singapore — three times a week, Russian news agency (TASS) quoting the crisis center as saying.
Russia resumes flights to Greece from Feb 8
Russia has decided to resume flights to and from Greece starting from February 8 as the spread of the coronavirus infection has slowed, the government said on Thursday.
It said the planes will fly twice a week from Moscow to Athens. It also said there will be three flights per week to Singapore from the Russian capital.
The government also said that other than Moscow, several Russian airports, including in Astrakhan, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk and Khabarovsk, will resume some international flights from February 8.