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Aeroflot reduced the number of flights to China

Aeroflot reduced the number of flights to China
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Aeroflot Airlines, which is the only one that has not canceled flights to China, has reduced the frequency of flights to China. The carrier explained this by a decrease in demand.

From February 18 to February 29, the airline cancels two daily flights from Moscow to Beijing, Shanghai and vice versa. From February 17 to 29 reduces the frequency of flights to Guangzhou, from March 1 to 28 cancels other daily flights to Beijing and Shanghai. Also during this period, the frequency of flights to Hong Kong will decrease.

Since February 14, a temporary ban for airlines on charter flights to China began to operate in Russia. Only Aeroflot operates scheduled flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong and vice versa.

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