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Aeroflot suspends Moscow-Tallinn flights from Thursday

16. March 2020 - 9:47

From Thursday 19 March, the Russian airline Aeroflot is suspending all flights between Moscow and Tallinn until 30 April.

All passengers who have booked a flight after 19 March are asked to contact the customer service of Aeroflot or their travel agent as soon as possible.

Frequently asked questions about travel are available on the Foreign Ministry website https://vm.ee/en/coronavirus-2019-ncov and travel information of various countries on the Reisi Targalt website (in Estonian): https://reisitargalt.vm.ee/.

Additional information:
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Communication Department
press@mfa.ee
​+372 6 377 629

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