Two more countries with which Russia can open air traffic have been named
At the second stage of the flight resumption, Russia may allow flights to South Korea and the Maldives, TASS reports.
As the Bashinform News Agency reported, Russia will resume international flights with Turkey, Great Britain and Tanzania from August 1.
"South Korea and the Maldives may be the next countries with which air traffic will be resumed," TASS emphasizes, referring to its source.
It will be possible to fly from Russia from August 1 to Zanzibar, London, Ankara and Istanbul, from August 10 — to Antalya, Bodrum and Dalaman.
Flights will be operated from Moscow, Moscow region, St. Petersburg and Rostov-on-Don.
Russia, due to the coronavirus pandemic, has stopped regular and charter flights with other countries since March 27.
The exception is emergency flights, as well as cargo, postal, ambulance and humanitarian flights, empty aircraft for maintenance, transit flights with a landing for refueling (crew change) in the territory of the country and flights carried out according to separate decisions of the Russian government.