Russia and India are cooperating carefully to renew common air journey between the 2 international locations, Indian Ambassador to Russia Venkatesh Varma mentioned in an interview with TASS, Russian News Agency.
“We would like to welcome back Russian tourists once the pandemic situation has been normalized. That is not so for the time being. Aeroflot is already in touch with our civil aviation authorities to resume flights at least twice a week to India. We welcome these developments. As soon as the agreement is concluded, I am sure the flights will take place,” the diplomat identified.
He mentioned, thus far solely chartered flights are carried out as soon as in each two weeks between Russia and India, and are in very excessive demand. “We would like, as soon as possible, regular flights also to resume but that will depend on the decision taken by the civil aviation authorities of both countries keeping in mind the Covid pandemic situation,” Varma added.
The Russian anti-coronavirus disaster middle determined to restart worldwide air journey on a mutual foundation with just a few international locations beginning with January 27. Flights can be carried out to Vietnam (Moscow-Hanoi), India (Moscow-Delhi) and Finland (Moscow-Helsinki, St. Petersburg-Helsinki) twice per week in addition to Qatar (Moscow-Doha) 3 times per week, in line with TASS, Russian News Agency.
News Credit: TASS