After considering the epidemiological situation in
individual countries, the meeting participants adopted a decision to resume
regular air traffic with the following countries on a reciprocal basis starting
October 5, 2021:
– Djibouti on the Moscow-Djibouti route twice a week;
– India on the Moscow-Goa, St Petersburg-Delhi and St Petersburg-Goa routes, one flight a week per route;
– Spain on the Moscow-Tenerife route twice a week;
– Kyrgyzstan on the Moscow-Osh route four times a week; on the St Petersburg-Bishkek route once a week, St Petersburg-Osh and Novosibirsk-Osh once a week on each route; Krasnoyarsk-Osh, Yekaterinburg-Osh and Irkutsk-Osh routes once a week on each route;
– New Zealand on the Moscow-Wellington route twice a week;
– United Arab Emirates on the Moscow-Sharjah route three times a week;
– Peru on the Moscow-Lima route twice a week;
– Uzbekistan on the following routes: Moscow-Bukhara twice a week, Moscow-Urgench once a week, Moscow-Samarkand twice a week, Moscow-Namangan once a week, Moscow-Fergana once a week, Moscow-Andizhan once a week, and Moscow-Termez once a week; regular flights from Russian airports that have resumed international traffic, to the aforementioned cities of the Republic of Uzbekistan once a week on each route;
– South African Republic on the Moscow-Cape Town and Moscow-Johannesburg routes twice a week on each route;
– Japan on the Khabarovsk-Tokyo route seven times a week;
– Denmark on the St Petersburg-Copenhagen route twice a week.
The participants also decided to increase the number of regular reciprocal flights with the following countries starting October 5:
– Bahrain on the Moscow-Manama route up to three flights a week;
– India on the Moscow-Delhi route up to four flights a week;
– United Arab Emirates on the following routes: Moscow-Dubai up to 10 flights a week; Moscow-Abu Dhabi up to five flights a week; and Zhukovsky-Dubai up to two flights a week; flights from Russian airports that have resumed international traffic to cities in the UAE, from one to two flights a week;
– Tajikistan on the Moscow-Khujand and Moscow-Kulob routes up to two flights a week; flights from Russian airports that have resumed international traffic, to Bokhtar, Dushanbe, Khujand and Kulob, up to twice a week on every route;
– Uzbekistan on the Moscow-Tashkent route up to four times a week.
In addition, starting November 4, the number of regular flight with Sri Lanka on the Moscow-Colombo routes will increase to two flights a week.
At the same time, the Emergency Response Centre decided to extend air traffic restrictions on flights to Tanzania through November 1, 2021, considering its difficult epidemiological situation.
The Emergency Response Centre recommends that passengers be vaccinated against COVID-19 before flying abroad.