Aeroflot Cancels Several International Flights for March-April
According to the statement of Aeroflot made on 27 January, the Russian air carrier will cancel several regular international flights to Russia in March-April due to COVID-19 pandemic limitations.
Starting 28 March till 30 April flights from Moscow to Aktau, Aktobe, Alicante, Almaty, Amsterdam, Atyrau, Athens, Baku, Bangkok, Barcelona, Beirut, Berlin, Bishkek, Brussels, Bologna, Budapest, Bucharest, Bukhara, Valencia will be cancelled.
It will be also impossible to fly from the Russian capital to Warsaw, Washington, Venice, Vienna, Verona, Vilnius, Havana, Hamburg, Hannover, Hongkong, Guangzhou, Denpasar, Dresden, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Erevan, Zagreb, Karaganda, Kishinev, Colombo, Copenhagen, Kostanay, Larnakes, Los Angeles, Leon, Lisbon, Ljubljana, Madrid, Miami, Malaga, Marseilles, Milano, Mumbai, Munich, Nice, New York, Napoli, Osaka, Oslo, Osh, Paris, Prague, Beijing, Phuket, Riga, Rome, Rimini, Thessaloniki, Samarkand, Sofia, Stockholm, Tallin, Tashkent, Tehran, Tel Aviv, Tenerife, Tivat, Ulan Bator, Frankfurt-upon-Mine, Hanoi, Zurich, Shanghai, Stuttgart, Shymkent.
It was resolved to suspend flights from Kazan to Frankfurt-upon-Mine, reports TASS. Flights from Moscow to Palme de Mallorca will not operate from 23 through 30 April, and from Moscow to Burgaos and Heraklion from 24 to 30 April.
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