Rosaviatsia issued permits for flights to the Maldives, Cuba and Morocco
The Rosaviation website has published another order on the permits for airlines to perform international flights. Carriers have received the right to fly to many popular foreign destinations.
Nowadays, the airlines received permits for regular flights in 12 destinations: Belarus, Israel, Cyprus, Cuba, Lebanon, Maldives, Morocco, Oman, Slovakia, Uzbekistan, Finland and Croatia.
Azur air has got the right to fly to Tel Aviv from Kazan. When air traffic with Israel is restored, the carrier will be able to operate on the route 1 flight per week.
Cyprus permits are also issued for flights from regional airports. So, Azimut airline will be able to fly on the route Krasnodar - Larnaca, and Nordwind airline - to Larnaca from Sochi and Anapa.
Azur air received permission to Cuba. The carrier will be able to fly from Moscow to Cayo Largo (3 flights per week) and Santa Clara (5 flights per week). Later it was reported that the number of flights to Cuba could be increased up to 4 per week. Azur air and Nordwind now operate regular flights to Cayo Coco. With new permission, Azur air will be able to fly to Santa Clara as well.
Rossiya Airlines received permit to operate regular flights from Moscow to Male (Maldives). Permitted frequency for the carrier is 5 flights per week.
Aeroflot Airlines has received permit for flights to Morocco. The carrier will be able to operate up to 7 flights a week from Moscow to Casablanca.
Azur air will be able to operate regular flights to Rovaniemi from Moscow. Also, Azur air and Nordwind have received permits for regular flights to Pula (Croatia) from St. Petersburg.
Azur air has got the right to operate charter flights to the airports of Cayo Coco, Santa Clara and Cayo Largo from Moscow. The flights are approved for the winter season 2021.
Yury Mishchenko, graduated from Moscow Institute of Foreign Languages, has more than 15 years experience in tourism and travel. Working both in tour operator company as destination manager, and in travel agency as sales manager, he is focused on analysis of Russian tour operators’ daily routine. Recently, Yury works in Baginet Marketing and Sales Agency.