Russia stops international air traffic from March 27, 2020
The ban does not apply on repatriation, freight, postal, sanitary and humanitarian transportation.
The decline of international flights from Russia began gradually from February 1. The restrictions were applied in several stages: firstly, were limited the flights to China, South Korea and several other countries, later to Spain, Italy, Germany, France, and a few days later the limitations were extended to all of Europe. The most widespread restriction was introduced on March 23, when the flight ban was spread to 95 countries. In all cases, the restriction implied the possibility of flights exclusively from terminal F Sheremetyevo to the capital of a closed country. Aeroflot continued regular flights to several capitals.
S7, the second largest air company in Russia, has previously completely suspended international flights (although it like other companies continues repatriation flights). Pobeda and Utair has stopped the International flight program. The largest charter air company, Azur Air reported the suspension of any international flight programs for a month - from March 22 to April 20.
Natalia Klimenok, graduated from two the most popular Russian universities, Moscow State Linguistic University in 2001 (specialization - linguistics and intercultural communication) and Moscow State University in 2002 (specialization - PR and publicity), several years worked on radio station, before to come to tourism industry in 1995. 8 years she worked in one of the biggest tour operator in Russia, Labirint Travel Company, the main wholesales for such destinations as Greece, Finland and Scandinavia. Natalia has experience in MICE industry, including cooperation with federal organisations. Natalia has PhD in social science. Recently Natalia works in Baginet Sales and Marketing Agency as Executive Director.