Resumption of air traffic with France and Czech Republic
On July 14, the Russian Anti-Coronavirus Crisis Center decided to resume air traffic with France and Czech Republic. Regular flights from Russia resumed on July 24, 2021 on a reciprocal basis.
France and the Czech Republic are not yet accepting tourists from Russia. Russian citizens can enter these countries only with residence permit, as students, diplomats and those who travel on business trips.
Regular flights from Moscow to Paris and Nice will be carried out four times a week, and from St. Petersburg – twice a week. Flights from Moscow to Prague will take place four times a week.
Also, effective July 24, Russia has increased the number of flights to Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Hungary, Greece, Lebanon, Croatia and Ethiopia.