Russia will resume, as of August 9, flights to the Dominican Republic, which have been suspended since March 27, 2020 due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. Likewise, the Soviet country has also authorized the resumption of operations with Bahrain and Moldova.
In the case of the Dominican Republic, Russia will reestablish the routes Moscow – Punta Cana, Moscow – La Romana, Moscow – Puerto Plata, with three weekly flights each.
For his part, the Minister of Tourism of the Republic, David Collado, has celebrated “the good news” in view of the tourist reactivation of the Caribbean country. “One more sign of the confidence that our country generates worldwide,” Collado assured on his Twitter account.
As for Bahrain, the Moscow-Manama route will have a frequency of two flights a week; and with Moldova, the connection will be made between Chisinau and Puerto Plata three times a week.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the operational center against the coronavirus chaired by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova, according to Sputnik Mundo. Also, Russian authorities recommend their citizens to get vaccinated before traveling abroad.