Russia reopens flights to Cuba, Serbia and Japan

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Moscow, 14 Oct (Prensa Latina) Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin announced today the reopening of air communications with Cuba, Serbia and Japan as of November 1, following the closure of Covid-19 due to the pandemic.

According to the operational status to combat Covid-19, the flights Moscow-Cayo Coco and Moscow-Santa Clara, to Cuba, will take place twice a week.

In the case of Japan, there will be three frequencies, two on the Moscow-Tokyo flight and one on the Moscow-Vladivostok connection.

(Taken from PL)



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