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Russia will increase the number of regular flights to a number of destinations

23.09.2021 177 просмотров

Russia is increasing the number of regular flights to seven countries.


Russia is increasing the number of regular flights to Kyrgyzstan, the United Arab Emirates, Japan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, Bahrain from October 5 and to Sri Lanka from November 4. This was reported to journalists on Wednesday at the operational headquarters for combating a new coronavirus infection.

According to the headquarters, the number of regular flights will be increased on the following routes: Kyrgyzstan on the Moscow-Osh route with a frequency of 4 flights a week; on the routes St. Petersburg - Bishkek 1 flight per week, St. Petersburg - Osh and Novosibirsk - Osh 1 flight per week on each route, Krasnoyarsk - Osh, Yekaterinburg - Osh and Irkutsk - Osh 1 flight per week on each route, United Arab Emirates on the route Moscow - Sharjah with a frequency of 3 flights per week, on the routes Moscow - Dubai up to 10 flights per week, Moscow - Abu Dhabi up to 5 flights per week, Zhukovsky - Dubai up to 2 flights per week; from Russian airports, from which international flights to points in the UAE have been resumed, from 1 to 2 flights per week Uzbekistan on the routes: Moscow - Bukhara with a frequency of 2 flights per week, Moscow - Urgench 1 flight per week, Moscow - Samarkand 2 flights per week week, Moscow - Namangan 1 flight per week, Moscow - Fergana 1 flight per week, Moscow - Andijan 1 flight per week, Moscow - Termez 1 flight per week; regular flights from Russian airports, from which international flights have been resumed, to the indicated points of the Republic of Uzbekistan with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route, as well as on the Moscow-Tashkent route up to 4 flights per week.

In addition, from On November 4, a decision was made to increase the number of regular flights from Sri Lanka on the Moscow-Colombo route to 2 flights per week. The number of flights will increase to Japan on the route Khabarovsk - Tokyo with a frequency of 7 flights per week, Bahrain on the route Moscow - Manama up to 3 flights per week, to India on the route Moscow - Delhi up to 4 flights per week, Tajikistan on the route Moscow - Khujand and Moscow – Kulyab up to 2 flights per week; from Russian airports, from which international flights to Bokhtar, Dushanbe, Khujand and Kulyab have been resumed up to 2 flights per week on each route.

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