Russia has now permitted airlines within the country and foreign airlines to resume scheduled international services to India from January 27, 2021, along with few other countries.

Announcing this, the Russian embassy in India tweeted, “According to the press-release of @GovernmentRF, the Russian Emergency Response Centre, chaired by Vice Prime Minister Ms Tatiana Golikova, decided to resume international flights on a reciprocal basis with a number of countries from January 27, 2021, including India. Return flights Moscow – Delhi are planned to be operated twice a week.”

Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency has announced that airlines can resume twice-weekly services from Moscow to the cities of Delhi, Hanoi, and Helsinki as well as three-time weekly services to Doha.