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Aeroflot will resume flights from Moscow to the capital of Buryatia

Aeroflot will resume flights from Moscow to the capital of Buryatia
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Aeroflot announced the resumption of flights from Moscow to Ulan-Ude. The first flight will take place on July 1. Ticket sales are already open and will be valid until the end of 2020.

As the Tass, the carrier stopped flying between cities due to problems with the old runway. However, at the end of 2018, a new one appeared at the airport, and the region began to work to attract airlines.

Now, due to the closure of international destinations and the reduction of flights in central Russia, regional destinations are in demand and Aeroflot decided to return to Buryatia.

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