The Russian low-cost Pobeda airline resumes flights to Germany from the end of December: from the 26th - to Cologne, from the 27th - to Berlin. This is stated in the message of the airline.
So-called cargo and passenger flights will be carried out - that is, those whose passengers were authorized to arrive by the receiving party.
Now the German authorities allow foreigners to enter only for several reasons: for professional necessity and for the need to visit close relatives.
We remind that Russia stopped all commercial flights in March due to the spread of the pandemic. In the summer, authorities partially opened flights with several countries, including South Korea, Turkey, Egypt, Switzerland and Japan.
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