Russland eröffnet ab 9. November Flüge mit neun Ländern
From November 9, Russia will open regular flights with the Bahamas, Iran, the Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Slovenia, Tunisia, Sweden and Thailand.
Flights to the Bahamas will operate twice a week on the route Moscow – Nassau. Planes will fly to Iran from Moscow three times a week and from Sochi once a week.
Flights from Moscow to Amsterdam will be carried out seven times a week, and to Eindhoven – twice a week. Airplanes from Zhukovsky, St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Kaliningrad and Sochi will fly twice a week to Amsterdam.
Air traffic to Norway and Sweden will be carried out only from St. Petersburg. Two flights a week will be operated to Bergen and Oslo, Stockholm and Gothenburg.
It will also be possible to get to Oman with a frequency of two flights a week on the route Moscow – Muscat. To Slovenia – three flights a week on the route Moscow – Ljubljana.
It will be possible to get to Tunisia from Moscow seven flights a week, from St. Petersburg two flights a week.
Russians who are vaccinated against coronavirus infection can fly to Thailand on the routes Moscow – Bangkok and Moscow – Phuket.