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Aeroflot Resumes Flights to Tokyo
5.11.2020 10:35
Aeroflot Resumes Flights to Tokyo
(Source: https://aviav.ru)

Aeroflot Airlines resumes interrupted due to the coronavirus pandemic flights to Tokyo (Japan) from November 5.

      According to the schedule, Aeroflot flight SU 260 Moscow - Tokyo will take off from Sheremetyevo Airport at 22.30. As previously reported by the airline's press service, at the first stage, flights will be operated once a week, then twice a week, on Thursdays and Saturdays (back on Saturdays and Sundays). Russia resumed flights with Japan on November 1. In total, as of November 5, direct flights from Russia are carried out to 14 countries - Turkey, Tanzania, Switzerland, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Great Britain, South Korea, Japan, Cuba, Maldives, Belarus, Serbia, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan.

       




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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