Russia’s flagship air carrier Aeroflot will resume flights from Moscow to the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek on September 24, the company said in a statement, APA reports citing TASS.
Flight SU1882 Moscow-Bishkek will be performed once a week, on Thursday. The return flight, SU1883 Bishkek-Moscow will depart on Fridays.
Flights to these countries will be performed once a week. Air service with Kazakhstan (Nur-Sultan), with Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek), and with Belarus (Minsk) will be resumed from September 21. Air service with South Korea (Seoul) will begin on September 27.
Flights to Belarus SU1842 Moscow-Minsk and SU1843 Minsk-Moscow will be carried out once a week, on Saturdays, beginning from September 26.
Flights to the capital of Kazakhstan will be launched on September 27. Flights SU1956 Moscow-Nur-Sulan and SU1957 Nur-Sultan-Moscow will be carried out once a week on Sundays.
Aeroflot planes will travel to the South Korean capital of Seoul once a week on Thursdays (flight SU0250 Moscow-Seoul). The return flight, SU0251 Seoul-Moscow will be carried out on Saturdays.