Another airline flying to Moscow was “planted” with air sanctions: the national carrier of Sri Lanka, SriLankan Airlines, announced the suspension of flights between Colombo and Moscow. At the same time, in his official letter, the carrier referred to circumstances “that are beyond the control of the airline”, that is, in simple terms – to pressure from the “international community” in the face of, obviously, British air insurers.
“The restrictions are presented in the form of international financial and aircraft insurance restrictions that have been imposed on Russia and directly affect SriLankan Airlines flights to Russia. Accordingly, SriLankan Airlines will cease flights to Moscow until further notice. He also says he hopes to resume flights “as soon as conditions improve.” In total, the carrier operated two flights from Colombo to Moscow Domodedovo Airport.
He reminded that the Sri Lankan carrier joined the “slender ranks” of other airlines, for which flights to Russia were also closed by international financial pressure. Among them are Vietnam Airlines, Royal Maroc and Turkish Pegasus.
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