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Russia to resume flights to nine more countries


14.10.2021

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Russia resumes flights with nine more countries, RIA Novosti reports. Flights to the Bahamas, Iran, the Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Slovenia, Tunisia, Sweden and Thailand will return to the schedule from November 9.

Planes will fly from Moscow to Nasau two times a week, and three times a week - from Moscow to Tehran. Another weekly flight to the Iranian capital is planned from Sochi.

Daily flights will connect Moscow and Amsterdam. In addition to that, two flights a week are going to fly to Amsterdam from St. Petersburg, Zhukovsky, Yekaterinburg, Kaliningrad and Sochi. 

It will be possible to fly from St. Petersburg to Oslo, Bergen, Stockholm and Gothenburg twice a week. Flights between Moscow and Muscat are planned with the same frequency. 

Two flights from Moscow are planned to Bangkok and Phuket. 

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