The ban on flights to southern resorts has been extended again

The ban on flights to the southern resorts has been extended again

Restrictions on the operation of airports in the south of Russia, as expected, have been extended again. This time, the Federal Air Transport Agency announced the extension of the flight restriction regime until April 25. But most likely, before the May holidays, you can not count on the opening of these airports – we recall that this includes Simferopol, as well as Anapa, Gelendzhik and Krasnodar. And most likely – before the summer season.

“Temporary restrictions on flights to 11 Russian airports have been extended until April 25, 2022, 03:45 Moscow time,” the Federal Air Transport Agency said. Recall that we are talking about airports in the following cities:

  1. Anapa,
  2. Belgorod,
  3. Bryansk
  4. Voronezh,
  5. Gelendzhik,
  6. Krasnodar,
  7. Kursk,
  8. Lipetsk,
  9. Rostov-on-Don,
  10. Simferopol,
  11. Elista.

Tourists are reminded that Sochi, Mineralnye Vody and Stavropol airports are open for flights to the south. “All passenger transportation will continue to be carried out on alternative routes, through the nearest operating airports – Sochi, Stavropol and Mineralnye Vody. For questions about the exchange and return of air tickets, the transfer of departure to other airports, you should contact the airline, ”the statement says. It also added that the route network of Sochi Airport on foreign and domestic routes “significantly expanded.”

Recall that this situation has already caused a decline in demand among tourists to the Crimea. As well as the redistribution of tourist flows – including in favor of unusual destinations. Read the details at the link.

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