Russia will resume flights with China and Indonesia on March 14, Report informs citing TASS.
The corresponding decision was made by the operational headquarters for combating coronavirus infection at the end of February. So far, the decision is technical in nature: no airline has announced plans to open flights among the countries.
The airlines of the Russian Federation, China and Indonesia will be able to make three flights each among the countries. Thus, Moscow-Denpasar air routes are open to airlines with a frequency of three flights a week (a total of six flights: three for a Russian airline and three for a foreign one); Moscow - Beijing, Moscow - Guangzhou and Moscow - Shanghai with a frequency of one flight (that is, two flights a week for a couple of cities).
On May 14, 2021, the National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China announced that passengers arriving in China can complete quarantine if two PCR tests show a negative result. After passing the quarantine, those arriving in China must take a PCR test twice more.
In turn, the Indonesian authorities opened the resort island of Bali to all foreigners on February 4 this year. The country’s leadership also decided to reduce the quarantine period for fully vaccinated tourists from seven to five days.