The Embassy told on export flight from Greece to Russia
Thursday, July 2, was held the fourth export the flight Athens-Moscow, this time it was carried out by "Aeroflot", reported the Russian Embassy in Greece.
Before that there were three export routes from Greece to Russia, they performed a Greek airline Aegean.
"Plane evacuated 116 people, including two citizens of Greece. Among the passengers were elderly persons, children, including one child flying unaccompanied by an adult family with a sick child, undergoing rehabilitation in a clinic in Northern Greece. Flew well as a group of Russian sailors who worked on commercial vessels standing at anchor off the Greek port (some of the sailors were removed earlier). Was a passenger with a severe disability using a wheelchair," - said at the Embassy.
The flight was able to take advantage of a number of citizens transiting through Athens from other European countries and from Australia.
"One citizen of Russia living in Greece, flew to Moscow for the completion of procedures for adoption of a child," - said the Embassy.
"Regrading was given the necessary assistance both at the stage of flight preparation, and directly to the airport where they were on duty, a group of diplomats of the Embassy." – stated in the message.
"Cooperation with the Greek authorities in the framework of the organization of export of the flight was close and effective, allowing you to solve all questions", - noted in the Russian Embassy in Greece.
Russia on the background of the pandemic coronavirus as of March 27, stopped regular and Charter flights with other countries. With the exception of export routes, as well as the cargo, postal, health and humanitarian flights, stretches of empty planes to maintenance, transit flights with a landing to refuel (crew change) on the territory of the country and the flights carried out by separate decisions of the government of the Russian Federation.
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