For the first time after the resumption of flights, suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tajik airline Somon Air operated a regular flight to the capital of the Russian Federation from Dushanbe on April 4, TASS reports.
As the press center of the air carrier told the agency, there were 184 passengers on board, and the flight went well. The next regular flight will be operated by the airline on April 6.
On April 1, Russia on a reciprocal basis resumed air traffic with Germany, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Venezuela, Syria and Sri Lanka.
To all countries except Germany, planes leave only from Moscow: twice a week – to Caracas (Venezuela), once a week – to Damascus (Syria), once a week – to Dushanbe (Tajikistan), once a week – to Tashkent (Uzbekistan), once a week – to Colombo (Sri Lanka).
Flights to Germany are also carried out from St. Petersburg.