According to his forecast, this will happen gradually, at the first stage the CIS countries can open. In particular, he did not rule out the possibility of flying to Georgia.
“In August-September, they may open international flights. It’s also phased, but we need to start somewhere, ”said Skuratov in an interview with RBC.
In mid-May, it became known that the Russian government allocated 23.4 billion rubles to support domestic airlines, which were affected by the situation with the spread of coronavirus infection COVID-19.
Earlier, the First Deputy Minister of Transport, the head of the Federal Air Transport Agency Alexander Neradko noted that Russian airlines and airports are in a high degree of readiness for the resumption of transport, which can be more actively carried out after the restrictive measures are removed by the regions.
URA.RU also reported that the Tyumen airport Roshchino will return to normal operation from June 1.