Russian airlines have been able to operate flights from Russia to Serbia and Cuba since October 15. This follows from the comments of the Federal Air Transport Agency.
The press service of the department notes that flights to Japan are allowed to resume from November 1. Earlier this date in Tokyo was given by the operational headquarters, but from what time flights to Serbia and Cuba will be allowed was not reported.
Earlier chernayakobra.ru wrote that from November 1 there will be three flights to Japan: two Moscow - Tokyo and one Vladivostok - Tokyo. It was also decided to increase the number of flights to Switzerland, Belarus, the United Arab Emirates and the Maldives. The headquarters continues to work on expanding the list of countries with which air traffic can be resumed.