Summer promises to be quite comfortable. The epidemiological situation in the country makes it possible to introduce further concessions related to travel. The number of flights on offer is growing. So, from July 5, it will be possible to fly to Moscow again from the Hamburg airport.
The S7 Airlines flight to Moscow (Domodedovo) will be carried out weekly on Mondays, a representative of the airline said.
- S7 3578 Hamburg 19:05 – Moscow 23:00
- S7 3577 Moscow 16:00 – Hamburg 18:10
Flight tickets are available in all sales channels.
Accurate information on all flights can be obtained by calling the airline’s contact center in Germany: 0800 081-6022. This number can also be used to book and buy tickets.
Up-to-date information on flight restrictions: in the section “International flights” on the website www.s7.ru.
Link to the official source on German travel restrictions: Federal Ministry of Health (BMG).
S7 Airlines reserves the right not to allow passengers who do not meet the specified conditions of carriage to fly.
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Source: Все материалы – Московский Комсомолец by www.mknews.de.
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