Russians have new vacation options
Russian airlines launch new flights to foreign resorts from the Urals and Siberia
Over the past week, several Russian airlines have announced the launch of new flights to popular foreign resorts.
From the end of November, Aeroflot opens flights from Vladivostok to Thailand. The plans include flights from Novosibirsk and Krasnoyarsk to Phuket, as well as from Yekaterinburg to Goa and Istanbul.
S7 Airlines launches flights from Irkutsk to Bangkok on November 18.
"Ural airlines” and "Rusaziya" are preparing charters to Myanmar from Novosibirsk, Barnaul, Irkutsk, Chita, Krasnoyarsk and Vladivostok.
Foreign OmanAir resumes Muscat-Moscow flights from December 2. And Utair will launch flights from Grozny to Tehran on November 16 and increase the number of aircraft on the Grozny-Dubai route.
For Russians, this means new options for planning holidays in foreign resorts. Even if you are not going to Oman or Myanmar, these countries can become transit countries for you on your way to your cherished vacation spot.
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