Air France (AIR.N) canceled two more flights to Moscow on Monday after Russian authorities failed to approve a flight plan to avoid Belarusian airspace.
The EU has urged its airlines to avoid Belarus amid resentment over the forced landing of a Ryanair (R.N) jet en route to Lithuania from Greece on May 23 and its arrest. Disagreeing journalists on board
“Air France has confirmed the cancellation of flights AF1154 and AF1654 from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Moscow on 31 May 2021 due to Russian authorities’ permission to enter the territory. theirs,” the airline said.
french airlines It, part of the wider Air France-KLM group, was forced to cancel two Paris-Moscow flights last week. After not receiving permission from Russia for plans to fly around the territory
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But the latest setback comes after Air France resubmitted routes to circumvent Belarus’ approval. as part of the seasonal renewal process An Air France spokesman said.
Russian federal aviation agency Rosaviatsiya declined to comment on Monday, Russia, Minsk’s main ally. The airline warned last week that changes to the European-Russia route resulting from the conflict could take longer to clear.
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