Russia to open flights with nine countries from November 9
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.