The low-cost airline Pobeda will resume flights from Moscow to Tivat (Montenegro) from November 28. Flights will be operated once a week on Saturdays. On the site pobeda.aero the sale of tickets for international flights is open.
Russia due to pandemic in spring stopped regular passenger flights with other countries. Flights to a number of countries have been partially resumed since summer: Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, South Korea, Egypt, UAE, Turkey, Great Britain, Switzerland, Tanzania, Serbia, Japan to the Maldives and Cuba. Also, some Russian and foreign airlines operate so-called cargo-passenger flights, which are primarily intended for the carriage of various goods, but some categories of passengers are allowed to be transported.