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Tatyana Golikova held a meeting of the operational headquarters to prevent the importation and spread of a new coronavirus infection in Russia.

Based on the results of the discussion and taking into account the epidemiological situation in individual countries, it was decided from November 9, 2021 to remove restrictions on air traffic with Austria, Switzerland, Finland and the United Arab Emirates, as well as remove restrictions on regular and charter flights from points in Russia, from which international flights were resumed to the points of Egypt – the cities of Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh.

In addition, it was decided to resume, on a reciprocal basis, from November 9, 2021, regular flights with the following states:

Bahamas on the route Moscow – Nassau with a frequency of 2 flights per week;

Iran on the routes Moscow – Tehran with a frequency of 3 flights per week, Sochi – Tehran with a frequency of 1 flight per week;

The Netherlands on the routes Moscow – Amsterdam with a frequency of 7 flights a week, Moscow – Eindhoven with a frequency of 2 flights a week, St. Petersburg – Amsterdam, Zhukovsky – Amsterdam, Yekaterinburg – Amsterdam, Kaliningrad – Amsterdam and Sochi – Amsterdam with a frequency of 2 flights a week on every route;

Norway on the routes St. Petersburg – Bergen and St. Petersburg – Oslo with a frequency of 2 flights per week on each route;

Oman on the route Moscow – Muscat with a frequency of 2 flights per week;

Slovenia on the route Moscow – Ljubljana with a frequency of 3 flights per week;

Tunisia on the route Moscow – Monastir with a frequency of 7 flights a week, St. Petersburg – Monastir with a frequency of 2 flights a week, from Russian airports, from which international flights have been resumed, to Monastir with a frequency of 2 flights a week on each route;

Sweden on the routes St. Petersburg – Stockholm and St. Petersburg – Gothenburg with a frequency of 2 flights per week on each route;

Thailand (taking into account the requirements of the country, only for citizens of the Russian Federation vaccinated against the new coronavirus infection) on the routes Moscow – Bangkok and Moscow – Phuket with a frequency of 2 flights per week on each route, from Russian airports from which international flights have been resumed, in Bangkok and Phuket with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route.

It was also decided from November 9, 2021 to increase the number of regular flights on a reciprocal basis to the states:

Albania on the routes Moscow – Tirana from 1 to 3 flights a week, Zhukovsky – Tirana with a frequency of 2 flights a week, St. Petersburg – Tirana, Nizhny Novgorod – Tirana, Kazan – Tirana, Yekaterinburg – Tirana and Samara – Tirana with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route;

Bulgaria on the routes Moscow – Burgas from 7 to 11 flights per week, Zhukovsky – Sofia, Zhukovsky – Varna and Zhukovsky – Burgas with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route;

Venezuela (Margarita Island) on the routes Moscow – Porlamar with a frequency of 5 flights per week, St. Petersburg – Porlamar and Yekaterinburg – Porlamar with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route;

Hungary on the routes Moscow – Debrecen with a frequency of 3 flights a week, Zhukovsky – Budapest from 1 to 4 flights a week, Yekaterinburg – Budapest, Kazan – Budapest from 1 to 3 flights a week on each route;

Germany on the routes Frankfurt am Main – Moscow from 5 to 14 flights a week, Frankfurt am Main – St. Petersburg from 3 to 7 flights a week;

Greece on the route Zhukovsky – Thessaloniki with a frequency of 3 flights a week;

Spain on the route Zhukovsky – Barcelona with a frequency of 3 flights per week;

Italy on the routes St. Petersburg – Rome, St. Petersburg – Milan, St. Petersburg – Verona, St. Petersburg – Rimini with a frequency of 2 flights per week on each route;

Maldives on the routes St. Petersburg – Male, Ufa – Male, Kazan – Male, Novosibirsk – Male, Rostov-on-Don – Male with a frequency of 4 flights per week on each route;

Malta on the route St. Petersburg – Valletta with a frequency of 2 flights per week;

Macedonia on the routes Nizhny Novgorod – Skopje and St. Petersburg – Skopje with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route;

France on the routes Moscow – Paris and Moscow – Nice from 4 to 7 flights per week on each route, Moscow – Lyon with a frequency of 1 flight per week, on routes to Paris from Kaliningrad, Krasnodar, Rostov – on-Don, Samara, Kazan and Nizhny Novgorod with a frequency of 2 flights per week on each route.

The operational headquarters recommends that citizens be vaccinated before flying to foreign countries to protect themselves from COVID-19.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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