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MOSCOWRussian regulator Rosaviatsia has issued a permit to Azur Air to operate flights to Tajikistan amid restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The airline received permission from Rosaviatsia last week to operate flights to various international destinations, including two flights weekly to Tajikistan’s second-largest city, Khujand, from the city of Irkutsk in Siberia.

Regular flights between Tajikistan and Russian cities have been suspended since mid-March due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Currently, Tajikistan's Somoni Air conducts five charter flights per day to different Russian cities from Dushanbe, the Tajik capital.

Last month, Dushanbe allowed two Russian companies, UTair and Ural Airlines, to operate limited charter flights from Tajikistan to Moscow and six other Russian cities.#
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