Russia’s Aeroflot greatly minimizes number of flights abroad

Russian flag carrier prolongs cancelation of nearly 90 regular worldwide trips till April 30

Russian national airline company Aeroflot will decrease the frequency of normal business traveler flights to 13 international locations from March 28 to April 30, the provider stated.

Aeroflot officials said that the provider is making ‘short-lived’ changes to its routine of global trip.

“From March 28 to April 30, the frequency of trips from Moscow to Antalya, Belgrade, Bishkek, Delhi, Dubai, Geneva, Cairo, London, Minsk, Nur-Sultan, Seoul, Tokyo, Helsinki will be minimized,” the airline company introduced.

Guests of terminated flights will certainly be able to rebook tickets for operated trips or refund their cash, the airline company added.

Earlier, Aeroflot prolonged the cancelation of almost 90 normal worldwide flights until April 30.