Passenger planes will start flying between Dushanbe and Moscow on April 1.
The Civil Aviation Agency of Tajikistan and the Federal Air Transport Agency of Russia have agreed to launch two weekly flights between Dushanbe and Moscow on April 1. Somon Air and UTair will operate the flights, the press office of the Civil Aviation Agency of Tajikistan reported.
The heads of the state departments Ikrom Subkhonzoda (Tajikistan) and Aleksandr Neradko (RF) discussed in detail the resumption of passenger air services. The Tajik side will operate the flights between Dushanbe and Moscow and the Russian Federation – the flights between Moscow and Dushanbe.
Subkhonzoda said the information related to flights schedule and airline ticket prices would be provided following a meeting of the Civil Aviation Agency of Tajikistan.
He noted that passengers should be required to observe anti-epidemic measures and have a statement of absence of COVID-19 symptoms obtained no earlier than 72 hours before the scheduled departure.
As was reported, Tajikistan has resumed direct flights to Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, the IRA, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.