Aeroflot has suspended its Tallinn-Moscow flight again after restarting the service last week.
Aeroflot resumed flights between the two capitals on April 25, the first time since they were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020.
Eero Pärgmäe, commercial director of Tallinn Airport, told ERR on Monday the decision was made by Russia. “As far as we know, this is an administrative decision on the part of Russia, it was made by the Russian regulator,” Pärgmäe said.
He said the decision came as a surprise to everyone. “We really can’t say why exactly, we will have to ask Aeroflot ourselves,” Pärgmäe added.
Russian news agency Interfax has reported that no more flights will take place after May 2.
Tallinn Airport said on Monday, it is currently possible to fly to the following destinations:
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