What countries will Russians will have to fly through now?

Foreign airlines are stepping into the gap left by Russian and Ukrainian carriers following the suspension of direct flights between the two countries on Oct. 25. According to the market participants interviewed by RBTH, the main beneficiaries of this situation are the national airlines of Belarus (Belavia), Latvia (Air Baltic) and Moldova (Air Moldova).

Foreign airlines are stepping into the gap left by Russian and Ukrainian carriers following the suspension of direct flights between the two countries on Oct. 25. According to the market participants interviewed by RBTH, the main beneficiaries of this situation are the national airlines of Belarus (Belavia), Latvia (Air Baltic) and Moldova (Air Moldova).

Alena Repkina
Air travel betweeen Russia and Ukraine has been suspended since Oct. 25

Foreign airlines are stepping into the gap left by Russian and Ukrainian carriers following the suspension of direct flights between the two countries on Oct. 25. According to the market participants interviewed by RBTH, the main beneficiaries of this situation are the national airlines of Belarus (Belavia), Latvia (Air Baltic) and Moldova (Air Moldova).

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