Russia from July 24 resumes flights with France and the Czech Republic. On Wednesday, July 14, this was told to reporters at the operational headquarters to combat the spread of COVID-19.
The headquarters meeting was chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova. Based on the results of the discussion, as well as taking into account the epidemiological situation in individual countries, it was decided to resume on a reciprocal basis regular flights with France starting from July 24.
Thus, routes Moscow-Paris and Moscow-Nice will be launched with a frequency of four flights a week on each route, as well as routes St. Petersburg – Paris and St. Petersburg – Nice with a frequency of two flights a week.
In addition, flights with the Czech Republic are resumed on the Moscow-Prague route with a frequency of four flights a week.
On the same day, it was reported that international flights from Arkhangelsk, Novokuznetsk and Orsk would resume from July 24.
Earlier, on June 23, Golikova recommended that Russians be vaccinated against COVID-19 with at least one component of the drug before traveling abroad. Then the Deputy Prime Minister also reported that most of the countries with which the Russian Federation opens air traffic are ready to discuss mutual agreements on the recognition of Russian drugs.
Russia has restricted air traffic with a number of countries in connection with the spread of the coronavirus. The restrictions were gradually removed from a number of countries. However, some states have decided to admit tourists only if their vaccination is confirmed.