MOSCOW, February 3. /TASS/. Russia will resume air service on a reciprocal basis with Azerbaijan and Armenia starting February 15, the government’s press service reported on Wednesday. Two flights per week will be performed between Moscow and Baku, and four flights - between Moscow and Yerevan.
"It has been decided to resume international air service on a reciprocal basis with Azerbaijan (Moscow-Baku, two flights per week) and Armenia (Moscow-Yerevan, four flights per week) starting February 15, 2021," the report said.
The number of regular flights to Kyrgyzstan (Moscow-Bishkek) will also be increased on a reciprocal basis from one to three per week starting February 8.
Russia suspended all commercial passenger flights to other countries amid the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. A gradual resumption of international air service started last summer.