S7 Airlines cancels all flights to Egypt, Thailand and South Korea
S7 was forced to partially reduce the flight program due to the imposed sanctions and cancel some flights to international destinations, the carrier's telegram channel reported on March 3. The adjustments affected Egypt, Thailand and South Korea.
Until April 30, S7 will not fly to Bangkok and Phuket from Vladivostok, to Phuket from Irkutsk, to Bangkok, Krabi and Phuket from Novosibirsk and from Ulan-Ude to Phuket.
It will be impossible to fly to Seoul from Vladivostok and Novosibirsk and in the opposite direction until April 30.
Flights from Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Kazan, Ufa and Samara to Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh are also canceled until April 30.
Tourists from many tour operators flew by S7 flights to Egypt, including Intourist, Tui, Space Travel, Tez Tour, Biblio Globus, and others.
Intourist has blocks of seats on S7 flights to Egyptian resorts. In March several hundred people were supposed to use these flights for tours to Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh
“Now we are promptly looking for a way out of this situation. If it is impossible to send tourists on other flights, their tours will be canceled with the placement of funds on deposit,” Intourist said.
All airlines are now making changes in their international flight programs, and tour operators are adjusting their programs accordingly.