Russia resumes flights to Egypt, Moldova, Bahrain and the Dominican Republic
So far, Russia has resumed flights to 50 countries, including France and the Czech Republic (since June 28). The suspension of flights with Tanzania was extended until August 17 due to the epidemiological situation in the African area, reports TASS.
From Monday, August 9, Russia resumes flights to the resorts of Egypt - Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh, as well as to the Dominican Republic, Moldova, Bahrain. The appropriate decision was made earlier by operational staff on the fight against coronavirus. Flights to Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh will be operated five times a week on each route.
On Friday, Aeroflot, Victory, S7, Smartavia, Nordstar, Ural Airlines, Azur Air, Nordwind and Royal Flight were given permission to fly from Moscow and Russia to the resorts of Egypt. Companies will be able to use these permits if the authorities decide to increase the frequency of flights.
From Monday, Russian airlines will also operate two flights a week on the route Moscow - Manama (Bahrain), three flights a week on the routes Moscow - Punta Cana, Moscow - La Romana, Moscow-Puerto Plata (Dominican Republic) and three flights on week on the route Moscow - Chisinau (Moldova).