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Russia to resume flights with Finland, Qatar, India and Vietnam

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Russia to resume flights with Finland, Qatar, India and Vietnam


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Russian airlines will soon resume flights to Finland, Qatar, India and Vietnam, RIA Novosti reports. Air traffic will resume from January 27.

The planes will fly from the Russian capital to the Vietnamese capital twice a week. Planes will fly to Helsinki both from Moscow and St. Petersburg, also twice a week. Three flights a week are planned from Moscow to Doha.

As Russkiy Mir reported, Russia extended the ban on flights to Great Britain until early February. Earlier, the Russian authorities suspended flights to the UK due to the worsening epidemiological situation. The decision took effect from midnight on December 22.

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