Operations headquarters: Russia has resumed flights with Bangladesh, Mongolia and Argentina since December 1
Russia has resumed flights with several foreign countries since December 1. This was reported on the official website of the operational headquarters to combat the spread of coronavirus infection.
So, with the onset of winter, flights to Bangladesh on the Moscow-Dhaka route will resume, which will be operated twice a week. In addition, flights to Mongolia have been restored with a frequency of three flights a week from Moscow to Ulan Bator and one flight a week from Ulan-Ude, Irkutsk and Krasnoyarsk to Ulan Bator.
Now regular flights will also be operated to Brazil, Argentina and Costa Rica on routes between the capitals with a frequency of two flights per week.
At the same time, the TourDom portal published a traveler's memo, which explains that the newly opened destinations have different requirements for tourists. For example, to get to Brazil, you need to show a negative PCR test before boarding the plane, and to visit Mongolia, Russians just need to show a certificate of vaccination with Sputnik V and a negative PCR test.
From November 9 Russia has resumed full-scale scheduled flights with ten countries, including Thailand, Austria, Norway, Bahamas, Oman, the Netherlands, Norway, Iran, Tunisia, Slovenia and Sweden.