Russia resumes flights to the Czech Republic and France

Russia resumes flights from July 24 with two European countries – the Czech Republic and France. This was reported in the operational headquarters for the fight against the new coronavirus infection.

According to the message, flights Moscow – Paris and Moscow – Nice will be operated four times a week, St. Petersburg – Paris and St. Petersburg – Nice – twice a week.

In turn, the frequency of flights Moscow – Prague will be four times a week.

In addition, the headquarters decided to increase the number of flights by Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Hungary, Greece, Lebanon, Croatia and Ethiopia. The changes will also come into effect on July 24.