December 4, 2021

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Russia resumes flights to Cuba, Mexico, Argentina and other countries

Russia resumes flights to Cuba, Mexico, Argentina and other countries

At the meeting, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova indicated that the suspension of restrictions was approved after an individual examination of the epidemiological situation of each country.

It will also resume flights to Qatar, Mongolia, Bangladesh, Italy, Vietnam, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan; While traveling by rail to Finland, from December 12, on the Saint Petersburg-Helsinki route.

With this approval, Russian airlines, with regular and non-scheduled flights, will be able to resume their flight routes to the Cuban cities of Havana, Villa Clara, Camague and Holguin, with which they had links before the presence of Covid-19 was determined. in this country.

The memo from local aviation authorities specifies that two weekly flights have also been approved on the Moscow – Rio de Janeiro, Moscow – San Jose, and Moscow – Buenos Aires routes. Russia has suspended its international air links since March 27, 2020 due to the pandemic, with express permits for repatriation, movement of goods, mail, and health and humanitarian emergencies, among other exceptions.

In August last year, some flights gradually began to operate.

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