Lufthansa plans six special flights between Moscow and Frankfurt in September
Lufthansa is planning six special passenger flights between Moscow and Frankfurt am Main in September this year, a spokesman of the airline has reported.
These are flights with departures 3-4, 10-11 and 17-18 September, he said. Only Russian citizens and foreigners who have a special permit to enter Russia can book tickets from Frankfurt to Moscow. Return flights are available only to foreigners and citizens of the Russian Federation who have a residence permit in the country of destination.
“These flights depend on sufficient demand and all necessary regulatory approvals, Passengers can now book and purchase tickets through the service center, but the final decision will be seven days before each planned departure date," added a Lufthansa spokesperson.
Since April, Lufthansa has operated 15 special flights between Frankfurt and Moscow. Regular passenger flights between Russia and Germany have been suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As it was reported, from August 15, the Russian Federation allowed the resumption of regular air flights to Switzerland. Swiss airline, a member of Lufthansa group, has started flights between Zurich and Moscow from this date.
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