On November 20, the airline Fly One resumes direct flight from Chisinau to Moscow and from Moscow to Chisinau. The flights will be operated two times a week, on Monday and Friday, IPN reports.
The timetable is as follows: Chisinau (KIV) 10am – Moscow (VKO) 1pm and Moscow (VKO) 2pm – Chisinau (KIV) 3pm. According to the operator, tickets cost €49 and up and are available from the company’s website and partner agencies.
The airline warns that under the Russian Government’s decision of March 16, concerning the temporary restrictions on entry into Russia, the state border can be crossed only by particular groups of citizens. These are the citizens of the Russian Federation, accredited or appointed employees of diplomatic missions and consular officers of foreign countries in the Russian Federation and the members of their families, holders of valid diplomatic and service passports and diplomatic curriers, persons who are family members (husband, wife, parents children, adoptive parents, adoptive children), guardians and supervisors of citizens of the Russian Federation, etc.
All the passengers must wear a mask and gloves and be equipped with disinfectant (in bottles weighing at most 100 ml). The passengers who will be equipped inappropriately will not be allowed onboard.
The Civil Aviation Authority calls on all the passengers who intend to buy tickets to Moscow to visit the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration, in the ‘travel advisory’ division, and the website of the Russian Embassy in Chisinau.