Russia’s Aeroflot to cut flights to China by the end of March

An Airbus A320 from Russian company Aeroflot. Cambodia is in talks to establish a direct air link with Russia and Aeroflot is seen as a likely candidate to operate the first direct flight between the two countries. AFP. Sketched by the Pan Pacific Agency.

MOSCOW, Feb 18, 2020, TASS. Aeroflot will reduce the number of flights to China in view of the demand decline, according to the airline’s website, TASS reported.

“Aeroflot temporarily makes changes in the schedule of flights to China in connection with the lowering demand,” the company said.

The Russian air carrier will reduce flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong by the end of March.

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