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MOSCOW, January 27. /TASS/. Russia’s flagship airline Aeroflot will cancel 15 international and domestic flights from Moscow’s Sheremetevo airport on January 28-29 as weather conditions are expected to deteriorate in the region, the company’s press service said on Monday.
The flights to Tel Aviv, Berlin, Milan, Paris as well as several domestic flights will be cancelled on January 28.
The airline has also rescheduled flights to Oslo, Berlin, Copenhagen, Riga, Stockholm, Vilnius and some domestic destinations.
The flights to Berlin, Rome, Oslo will be cancelled on January 29. The passengers of routes will be able to take next flights.