Finnair will resume flights between Finland and Russia from April 2. Flights to the Russian Federation have not been operated by the carrier since March last year.
The announced route Moscow (SVO) - Helsinki (HEL) will be operated twice a week - on Fridays and Sundays. The minimum cost of a ticket for the first flight will be about 203 Euros.
While boarding, the passenger will be required to provide a certificate with a negative PCR test for coronavirus received no later than 72 hours before the flight.
Aeroflot resumed flights to Finland on January 27. Today, the carrier operates regular flights from Sheremetyevo Airport to Helsinki 4 times a week - on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Entry to Finland is possible only for citizens of the country or persons with a residence permit, their family members, as well as diplomats, students with valid long-term study visas and property owners. The country is still closed for tourists.