Russia resumes flights with Djibouti, Denmark, New Zealand, South Africa and Peru from October 5. This was reported to reporters on Wednesday at the operational headquarters to combat the new coronavirus infection.
According to the headquarters, flights will be resumed from Djibouti on the Moscow-Djibouti route with a frequency of two flights a week, with New Zealand on the Moscow-Wellington route with a frequency of two flights a week, and from Peru on the Moscow-Lima route with a frequency of two flights a week. from South Africa on the route Moscow – Cape Town and Moscow – Johannesburg with a frequency of two flights a week on each route, with Denmark on the route St. Petersburg – Copenhagen with a frequency of two flights a week.
The Russian Federation also resumes flights between Moscow and Goa, St. Petersburg and Goa, St. Petersburg and Delhi, as well as between Moscow and Tenerife.
“Based on the results of the discussion and taking into account the epidemiological situation in individual countries, it was decided to resume, on a reciprocal basis, from October 5, 2021, regular flights with the following states: India on the routes Moscow – Goa, St. Petersburg – Delhi and St. Petersburg – Goa with a frequency 1 flight per week on each route; Spain on the Moscow – Tenerife route with a frequency of 2 flights per week, “the message says.