Russian Aeroflot Rolls Back Its Regular Flights Until May

This move will affect many cities except Kazakhstan's capital Nur-Sultan

Aeroflot will stop its regular international flights in March and April due to the ongoing pandemic, the RIA Novosti reports.

«Aeroflot changes its international flights’ map because many countries still maintain restrictive measures amid the pandemic,» the company said.

Starting from March 28, the following destinations from Moscow will be unavailable: Aktau, Aktobe, Alicante, Almaty, Amsterdam, Atyrau, Athens, Baku, Bangkok, Barcelona, Beirut, Berlin, Bishkek, Brussel, Bologna, Budapest, Bucharest, Bukhara, Valencia, Warsaw, Washington, Venice, Vienna, Verona, Vilnius, Gavana, Hamburg, Hannover, Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Denpasar, Dresden, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Erevan, Zagreb, Karaganda, Chisinau, Colombo, Copenhagen, Kostanay, Larnaca, Los-Angeles, Lion, Lisbon, Lublin, Madrid, Miami, Malaga, Marcel, Milan, Mumbai, Munich, Nice, New York, Neapol, Osaka, Oslo, Osh, Paris, Prague, Beijing, Phuket, Riga, Rome, Rimini, Salonica, Samarkand, Sofia, Stockholm, Tallin, Tashkent, Tehran, Tel Aviv, Tenerife, Tivat, Ulan Bator, Frankfurt, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Zurich, Shanghai, Stuttgart and Shymkent. The ban will last until April 30.

Also, there will be no regular flights from Kazan to Frankfurt from March 28 to April 30; from Moscow to Palma de Majorca from April 23 to April 30; and from Moscow to Burgas and Iraklion from April 24 to April 30.

On September 21, after a long period of no air travel, Kazakhstan and Russia rolled out regular flights between the two countries. However, now the air travel depends on what the epidemiologic situation will look like in the months ahead.

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