Air traffic with Great Britain will be resumed on June 2
Regular air traffic between Russia and the UK will be resumed from June 2. Flights on the Moscow-London route will fly three times a week on a reciprocal basis, the operational headquarters reports.
"In connection with the improvement of the epidemiological situation in the UK, the operational headquarters decided not to extend the suspension of air traffic. From June 2, regular flights on the Moscow-London route will be resumed three times a week on a reciprocal basis," the headquarters said on Monday.
Russia has suspended flights with the UK since December 22, 2020 due to the spread of the "British" variant of coronavirus in this country. The decision to suspend air traffic until June 1, inclusive, was made on April 15 by the headquarters to prevent the import and spread of a new coronavirus infection in the Russian Federation.