More than 170 of the Russians returned home export a flight from Amsterdam
Thanks to export the flight Amsterdam-Moscow 173 citizen of the Russian Federation were able to return home, have informed in the Russian Embassy in the Netherlands.
"In promoting the repatriation of Russian citizens stranded overseas and had to return home because of the pandemic coronavirus, July 4, held a "export" flight of "Aeroflot" on the route Amsterdam - Moscow. The flight was able to take advantage of 173 passengers from among our compatriots", - stated in the message of the Embassy in Facebook.
Swept aside, it was the Russians, not only in the territory of the Netherlands, but arrived on a flight transiting from other countries and territories, including Bulgaria, Hong Kong, Malta, Singapore, New Zealand, Ireland and Iceland.
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.
From 31 March, Russia has reduced the number of export runs as well as set limits on the number of arriving passengers. After that, the arrival of the Russians from the foreign States in Moscow, was carried out through the airport "Sheremetyevo", no more than 500 people a day, or to airports in other regions of Russia - no more than 200 people a day.