From November 9, Russia will increase the number of people with Albania, Bulgaria, Venezuela, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Spain, Italy, Maldives, Malta, Macedonia and France. It is reported by RIA News with reference to the statement of the operational headquarters for the fight against coronavirus.
Thus, the number of regular air services to 12 countries will increase on a reciprocal basis. Flights according to the forecast Moscow – Tirana three times a week, Zhukovsky – Tirana – two flights a week. It will be possible to fly to the capital of Albania from St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Kazan, Yekaterinburg and Samara once a week.
Flights according to the forecast Moscow – 11 flights per week. Zhukovsky – Sofia, Zhukovsky – Varna and Zhukovsky – Burgas – once every seven days.
Air traffic with Hungary will increase on the routes Moscow – Debrecen with a choice of three flights a week, Zhukovsky – Budapest from one to four flights a week, Yekaterinburg – Budapest and Kazan – Budapest from one to three flights a week for each direction.
The number of flights to Venezuela will also increase. It will be possible to fly from Moscow to Porlamar five times a week, from St. Petersburg and Yekaterinburg – once. Air transportation to Germany will be carried out on the routes Frankfurt am Main – Moscow 14 times a week and Frankfurt am Main – St. Petersburg seven times a week.
In addition, the number of flights between Russia and annually will increase. Air traffic with Italy has increased due to flights from St. Petersburg to Rome, Milan, Verona and Rimini twice a week in each direction.
With the Maldives – on the routes St. Petersburg – Male, Ufa – Male, Kazan – Male, Novosibirsk – Male and Rostov-on-Don – Male with the choice of four flights a week on each route. It will be possible to fly to Maltese Valletta twice a week from St. Petersburg.
Tourists can get to Macedonia thanks to the routes Nizhniy Novgorod – Skopje and St. Petersburg – Skopje with a choice once a week. Flights are also launched to several cities in France at once – to Paris, Lyon and Nice.
Earlier, on October 14, the operational headquarters for the fight against coronavirus decided to resume flights with nine countries – Thailand, the Bahamas, Iran, the Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Slovenia, Tunisia, Sweden on November 9.