Russia okays Serbia flights

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The Russian coronavirus response centre has approved the resumption of flights with Serbia, which will initially be limited to two weekly services. Aeroflot restored operations between Moscow and Belgrade earlier this month, however, the decision, adopted through a government resolution yesterday, allows the carrier to sell tickets in both directions between the two cities and has enabled the airline to begin sales on the route for the 2020/2021 winter season which begins next Sunday. The Russian coronavirus response centre will review a possible increase in frequencies at a later date. Commercial flights out of Russia are currently limited to a handful of countries. Air Serbia has said it does not expect to restore its operations to Russia before 2021.

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  1. Anonymous15:13

    Good, I notice they put tkts on sale for winter.

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  2. Anonymous15:42

    What's their winter schedule? Can Russians travel abroad?

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    1. Anonymous15:47

      It's the same - twice per week - Thursday, Saturday. Yes, with this approval they can now travel to Serbia.

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  3. Anonymous17:57

    Welcome Covid-19!

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  4. Anonymous20:07

    Serbians still cannot enter Russia ��

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  5. " Air Serbia has said it does not expect to restore its operations to Russia before 2021."
    Hm, strange. There is ER Serbia flights two times per week

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    1. Anonymous09:23

      When are the dates of those Air Serbia flights?

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