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Russia to resume flights to Costa Rica, Brazil, Mongolia, Argentina and Bangladesh

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Russia to resume flights to Costa Rica, Brazil, Mongolia, Argentina and Bangladesh


16.11.2021

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Air traffic between Russia and five more countries will be restored in two weeks, TASS reports. From December 1, planes will start flying to Costa Rica, Brazil, Mongolia, Argentina and Bangladesh. Restrictions on flights to Cuba, Mexico and Qatar will be also lifted.
 
Planes will fly to Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires twice a week. Two weekly flights will connect Moscow with the capitals of Costa Rica and Bangladesh.

Three flights a week are to connect Ulan Bator and Moscow. Besides Moscow, there will be flights to the Mongolian capital from Ulan-Ude, Krasnoyarsk and Irkutsk.

Russia is also increasing the number of flights to Italy, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Vietnam since December 1.

On November 9, Russia resumed flights to Iran, Tunisia, Sweden, the Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Slovenia, Thailand and the Bahamas.

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