On October 29, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova wrote that it is planned to resume flights with several countries from November 1. "We ask citizens to carefully plan trips abroad," said Maria Zakharova.
The report stated that flights would be restored with the Dominican Republic and Morocco, but this information was later corrected. Information on abstinence from foreign travel was also deleted, but the deadline for resuming flights remained the same - November 1.
So far, it is reliably known that the Russians from November 1 will be able to fly to Serbia, Cuba and Japan. Earlier, flights were opened to the following countries: Turkey, UAE, Maldives, Egypt, Tanzania, Belarus, Great Britain, Switzerland, South Korea, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.
The head of Aeroflot Vitaly Savelyev believes that it will be possible to fly from Russia to Europe "by the end of winter."
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