Russia resumes airspace with eight countries
Russia has restored air traffic with the United States, Italy, Belgium, Bulgaria, Jordan, Ireland, Cyprus and North Macedonia on a reciprocal basis starting June 28. The emergency response center to prevent the import and spread of the novel coronavirus infection on the territory of Russia made such a decision on June 18. The number of flights on previously opened routes will also increase.
Regulate flights will be operated from Moscow to Washington, New York, Brussels, Sofia, Varna, Burgas, Amman, Aqaba, Dublin, Rome, Milan, Venice, Naples, Larnaca, Paphos, as well as to some international airports in Russia with Cyprus, Skopje.
The emergency response center also proposed to increase the number of flights with Austria, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Greece, Qatar, Finland, Croatia and Switzerland.
On June 22, it became known about the resumption of air traffic with Turkey.