More and more countries are determined with the launch schedule of foreign tourism. Temporary dates for restarting international flights with Russia appeared for flights to Turkey, Greece, Spain, Portugal and Cyprus.
Greek authorities intend to open borders for foreign tourists from July 1. Based on this date, the leading Greek carrier Aegean airline made up the schedule until the end of the summer season. The flights to Moscow and St. Petersburg are in this schedule.
So, from July 1, it is planned to renew the routes Athens - Moscow (Domodedovo, 10 times a week, A320, from 247 Euros round trip) and Thessaloniki - Petersburg (2 times a week, A320, from 262 Euros), since July 2 - Thessaloniki - Moscow (6 times a week, A320, from 255 Euros), since July 3 - Kalamata - Moscow (2 times a week, A320, from 293 Euros), since August 2 - Athens - Petersburg (3 times a week, A320) .
Also, the flights to Greece are in Aeroflot’s schedule since August. A round-trip ticket for the Moscow-Athens flight will cost from 204 Euros, Moscow-Thessaloniki - from 191 Euros.
Cyprus will open hotels on June 1, and from June 9, Cyprus will begin to resume flights to other countries. According to the decision of the Council of Ministers of the Island, Cyprus will welcome tourists from 19 countries at the start of the holiday season.
Russia, the UK, Ukraine, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, the USA and Sweden are included in the group of high-risk countries. However, the Cypriot authorities promise to adjust the lists as the epidemiological situation in foreign markets changes.
The flights to Larnaca appeared in the Aeroflot schedule from August 1 from Moscow and St. Petersburg. The round-trip flight from the capital will cost from 255 Euros, from St. Petersburg - from 306 Euros.