Russia resumed flights with five more countries from December 1
The emergency response center for preventing the import and spread of the new coronavirus infection in the Russian Federation announced opening of flights with Bangladesh, Brazil, Mongolia, Costa Rica and Argentina from December 1.
The emergency response center said that taking into account the epidemiological situation in several countries from December 1, it was decided to lift restrictions on scheduled and non-scheduled flights with the following states: Cuba, Mexico and Qatar.
Air traffic was restored with Brazil and Argentina on the routes Moscow – Buenos Aires, Moscow – Rio de Janeiro 2 times a week. Flights between Moscow and San Jose are also allowed twice a week to Costa Rica.
Airplanes fly to Bangladesh 2 times a week on the route Moscow – Dhaka; it will be possible to fly to Ulan Bator 3 times a week from Moscow, one flight a week from Ulan-Ude, Irkutsk and Krasnoyarsk.