Russia to resume flights from four cities to Turkey
Russia will resume its flights from the cities of Pskov, Magadan, Murmansk, and Chita to Turkey as of Sept. 21, according to a statement from the Russian government.
Russia has announced that it will resume flights from four cities to Turkey as of Sept. 21, according to Turkey's state-run Anadolu Agency.
Anadolu Agency cited the Russian government as saying on Sept. 13 that flights from Pskov, Magadan, Murmansk, and Chita will be resumed.
Russia will also resume its flights from the said cities to Eypgt.
Additionally, Russia will resume passenger flights with Spain, Iraq, Kenya and Slovakia from Sept. 21.
Russia imposed wide-ranging travel restrictions at the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020, many of which remain in force, but has gradually expanded the list of countries for air travel.