Air Moldova airline stopped selling tickets to Moscow

The Air Moldova airline stopped selling tickets for flights to Moscow after a ban on flights to the Russian Federation by the Moldovan Civil Aviation Authority. The carrier announced this on September 11 on the official website.
Work traffic: Aeroflot and S7 reached record traffic in Russia
Due to which companies managed to increase passenger traffic, despite the closure of airports in the south of the country

It is noted that the decree banning national operators from flying in Russian airspace was issued by the agency on September 10.

In this regard, Air Moldova will not be able to ensure the operation of previously announced flights.

“Sales of air tickets to Moscow have been discontinued. <…> In the future, the airline will contact the civil aviation authority to resolve the current situation regarding the documents referred to in this directive, ”the message says.

In case of failure to resolve the situation, the carrier reserves the right to apply to the court.

On September 9, Air Moldova announced that direct flights between Moscow and Chisinau would be resumed from October 1. On the same day, the Federal Air Transport Agency clarified that the airline has all the necessary permits to operate flights to and from the Russian capital.

However, the speaker of the Moldovan parliament, Igor Grosu, said on TVR Moldova that the information about the resumption of direct flights between Chisinau and Moscow is a lie, allegedly aimed at creating tension in Moldova.

The airspace between the capitals of the two countries was closed in February this year.

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