U.S. carrier Delta Air Lines to resume flights to Russia

American Delta Air Lines will operate flights from Moscow's Sheremetyevo.

American Delta Air Lines will operate flights from Moscow's Sheremetyevo.

Reuters
Flights had been suspended in late 2015
U.S. air carrier Delta Air Lines will resume flights to Russia beginning on May 16, 2016, Russian news agency TASS reported on March 4.
 
“We have scheduled our flight from Sheremetyevo airport beginning on May 16,” says Leonid Tarasov, a company representative in Russia. 
 
Delta Air Lines will operate flights on the route Moscow - New York on a Boeing 767-400ER leaving from Terminal D at Sheremetyevo Airport. Ticket prices will start from 435 euro.
 
Delta Air Lines suspended flights between Russia and the U.S. in December 2015 due to increased costs as a result of the stronger U.S. dollar, a company press release announced at the time.
 

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