Russia may re-open air service with South Korea and Maldives

Russia may re-open air service with South Korea and Maldives
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  • calendar-gray 28 July 2020

At the next stage of reviving international air travel, Russia may restore flights to South Korea and the Maldives, a source close to the aviation authorities told, APA reports citing TASS.

Earlier reports stated that starting from August 1, flights would be re-opened to Turkey, the United Kingdom, and Tanzania.

"South Korea and the Maldives may become the next countries we open air service with," the source said.

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