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Russia extends ban on flights to Tanzania and resumes air traffic with 3 countries

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Russia extends ban on flights to Tanzania and resumes air traffic with 3 countries


16.08.2021

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Flights to Tanzania from Russia will not resume yet, RIA Novosti reports. Moscow has extended restrictions on flights to the African country until September 2.

The restrictions were introduced by Russia in mid-April due to the unfavorable epidemiological situation and were extended several times.

At the end of August, the ban on flights to the Czech Republic, Dominican Republic and South Korea is lifted. It was also decided to introduce new flights to Hungary, Egypt, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Cyprus.

Earlier, Russia resumed flights to Egyptian resorts. From August 9, planes began to fly 5 times a week between Moscow and the Egyptian resorts of Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh in each direction. The decision to resume flights became possible after the work of the specialists of the two countries, aimed at ensuring high standards of aviation security at Egyptian airports, was concluded.

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