Russian airlines received permits for flights to five beach countries

Rosaviatsia issued airlines with admissions to Egypt, Venezuela, Mexico, Thailand and Maldives Venezuela, Mexico, Thailand and the Maldives. This was reported on the website of the Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR).

It is noted that in addition to five beach destinations, some carriers have received permits for flights to those countries with which flights have not yet been resumed. For example, Severstal will be able to fly to Tivat and Podgorica (Montenegro).

NordStar will be able to operate regular flights to several airports in Finland, as well as to the Utapao air harbor in Thailand. Flights on the Moscow – Muscat (Oman) route are now available for AZUR air twice a week.

Aeroflot has received permits for flights from Moscow to Mexico City – Operstab has removed all restrictions on this route. The PEGAS Fly carrier will be able to fly on the Novosibirsk – Male route four times a week.

In addition, now the Russians have the opportunity to go to Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh from Saratov – the corresponding permission was issued by the Federal Air Transport Agency AZUR air. You can also fly to Egyptian resorts with PEGAS Fly from Saransk, Surgut, Astrakhan, Voronezh, Nizhny Novgorod, Omsk, Orenburg and Perm.

PEGAS Fly and Nordwind will fly to the resort island of Margarita in Venezuela. It will be possible to get to Porlamar Airport once a week from St. Petersburg.

Earlier, on August 27, Russia increased the number of flights to the popular Egyptian resorts of Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh – now flights are available to residents of more 40 cities. At the same time, the number of flights from Moscow on each route increased from 5 to 15. In addition, now not only Russia, but also Aeroflot and S7 can carry out transportation from the capital.