"Belavia" has extended the suspension of flights to Russia
The Belarusian airline "Belavia" renewed the suspension of regular flights to Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad to 14 August inclusive, flights to Voronezh, Kazan and Nizhny Novgorod cancelled until 24 October, reported RIA Novosti on Friday, the press service of the airline.
Previously, "Belavia" on the background of the pandemic coronavirus COVID-19 extended the suspension of regular flights to several Russian cities and 31 July inclusive, and then on 7 August.
"Carriers offering flights to Moscow from Minsk is Russian "Aeroflot" and the Belarusian "Belavia" - extended the suspension of flights to 14 August. Also, "Belavia" has extended to 14 August the suspension of flights to Saint Petersburg and Kaliningrad. The Belavia flights to Voronezh, Kazan and Nizhny Novgorod cancelled until 24 October 2020," - said the representative of press-service.
The Agency interlocutor also has noticed that the suspension of flights "Belavia" in Krasnodar and Sochi remains on 15 August.
The twenty-fourth of July Vice-Premier of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova has informed that Russia since August 1, will resume flights from the UK, Turkey and Tanzania. In a press-service of the Ministry of transport and communications of Belarus, RIA Novosti said that Russian side has not yet agreed to the proposal of Minsk on the resumption of regular air links with the Republic.
World health organization March 11 announced the outbreak of a new coronavirus infection COVID-19 pandemic. According to the latest who data, the world revealed more than 16.8 million infections, more than 662 thousand people died.
In a pandemic, several countries have adopted quarantine measures and closed their borders to foreigners, was suspended regular air and rail links. The transport message between different countries gradually renewed as the improvement of the situation with coronavirus.
Recent data on the situation of COVID-19 in Russia and the world presented on the portal stopmanager.Russia