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Russia Closes Airspace to Flights from 36 Countries

Khrabrovo Airport, Russia. Photo source: favt.ru

Russia has introduced a restriction on the operation of flights by carriers from 36 countries.

“As a response to the ban of European states on the operation of flights of civil aircraft operated by Russian air carriers and / or registered in Russia, a restriction has been introduced on the operation of flights by the carriers of 36 states,” the Federal Air Transport Agency of Russia (Rosaviatsia) announced on Monday.

The restrictions affect air carriers from the following countries: Austria, Albania, Anguilla, Belgium, Bulgaria, British Virgin Islands, Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Denmark (+ Greenland, Faroe Islands, Territorial Sea), Jersey, Ireland, Iceland, Spain, Italy, Canada, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland, France, Croatia, Czech Republic, Sweden and Estonia.

Photo source: @Aeroflot

Flights from these countries can be performed only with a special permit issued by the Federal Air Transport Agency or the Russian Foreign Ministry.

Meanwhile, due to airspace restrictions imposed by European authorities, Aeroflot has announced the suspension of flights on European routes from February 28 and until further notice.

In addition, Aeroflot canceled its flights to Mexico, the United States, the Dominican Republic, and Cuba from February 28 until March 2, following Canada’s decision to close its airspace to Russian aircraft.

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