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From November 9, Russia will resume air links with the Bahamas, Iran, the Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Slovenia, Tunisia, Sweden and Thailand. This decision was made on a mutual basis. This was reported at the headquarters for the fight against coronavirus.
The corresponding decision was made by the Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova.
“A decision was made to resume, on a reciprocal basis, from November 9, 2021, flights with the following states: Bahamas, Iran, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Slovenia, Tunisia, Sweden and Thailand”, – it says in the message of the headquarters.
Airplanes from Moscow to the Bahamas (to Nassau) will fly twice a week, from Moscow to Iran (to Tehran) – three times, and from Sochi to Tehran – once a week. Flights from Moscow will be opened to Amsterdam, seven a week, as well as two flights a week from St. Petersburg, Zhukovsky, Yekaterinburg, Kaliningrad and Sochi. In addition, planes will fly from Moscow to Eindhoven twice a week.
Oslo and Bergen (Norway) will open two flights a week from St. Petersburg, to Muscat (Oman) – two a week from Moscow. Planes will also fly to Slovenia from Moscow (to Ljubljana, three times a week), to Tunisia from Moscow (to Monastir, seven times a week) and St. Petersburg (twice a week). Airplanes will also start flying from St. Petersburg to Stockholm and Götterborg twice a week.
Thailand will open two flights a week to Bangkok and Phuket from Moscow. However, according to the requirements of the strange, only Russian citizens vaccinated against the coronavirus will be able to get on the plane.