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Russia to resume flights to Greece, Singapore from February 8

Christian Fernsby |
Moscow resumes flights to Greece and Singapore from February 8, the Russian anti-coronavirus crisis center reports.

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Flights from Moscow to Athens will be operated twice a week, while flights to Singapore - three times a week, it said.

"Following discussion and given the epidemiological situation in certain countries, the crisis center has decided to resume international flights on a reciprocal basis with Greece (Moscow-Athens, two flights a week) and Singapore (Moscow-Singapore, three flights a week) from February 8, 2021," the report said.

Russia will also resume international flights from eight regions of the country on February 8. "International airports in the cities of Astrakhan, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Makhachkala, Mineralnye Vody, Nizhny Novgorod, Perm and Khabarovsk will resume international flights on February 8," the statement reads.

In addition, the number of regular flights to Egypt from various Russian airports will be increased.

At the moment, only airports in Moscow and St. Petersburg operate international flights.

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