Union: Russia may resume international flights in August
YEKATERINBURG, Jul 9 (PRIME) -- Russia may resume international air travel in August, these will most likely be CIS states, Andrei Ignatyev, president of the Russian Union of Travel Industry, told reporters on Thursday.
УThe Federal Air Transport Agency doesnТt plan any international flights until August 1, they are banned. But according to our data, the Sheremetyevo airportТs terminal D will prepare for flights on July 27. Maybe international flights will begin sometime in August,Ф he said.
Most likely, CIS states will be the first countries opened for Russians, Ignatyev added.
УThis will give us the possibility of fly to those countries where the epidemiological situation is acceptable for citizens. Most likely, these will be CIS states,Ф he said.
Russia ceased international air traffic in late March amid the coronavirus pandemic.