Russia to Resume Flights with Tajikistan from April 1


DUSHANBE, 29.03.2021 : Russia will resume flights with six countries, including with Tajikistan.

On April 1, Russia will resume air traffic with Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Germany, Venezuela, Syria and Sri Lanka. The decision to resume flights was approved by the Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

Flights to Tajikistan will be carried out once a week. The planes will depart from Moscow to Dushanbe.

Russia stopped international passenger flights at the end of March 2020. An exception was made only for flights carrying export products, mail, and flights for returning citizens.